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    Tears as body of Ugandan woman killed in Turkey earthquake returns home


    For more than five weeks, Turkey has grappled with the aftermath of a devastating 7.8 magnitude earthquake in the country’s south-east. But further afield, in its biggest and most populous city, pressure is mounting on authorities to prepare for the possibility of another natural disaster of unthinkable proportions.

    As those happen, the body of Florence Babirye, a Ugandan woman killed in Turkey earthquake is expected to arrive in the country in a few hours.


    Babirye’s body left Turkey hours ago.

    Tears as body of Ugandan woman killed in Turkey earthquake returns home


    Uganda’s ambassador in Instanbul, Nusura Tiperu saw off the body at Instanbul Airport.

    Authorities in Turkey say things are not looking good yet.


    “The outlook for Istanbul is not bright. It’s not bright at all,” says Professor Celal Sengor, one of Turkey’s foremost geoscientists.

    “If a major earthquake doesn’t happen in the next twenty years in Istanbul, then we would all be very surprised,” the Istanbul Technical University professor tells CNN. “That’s how close it is. It’s only a probability, but the probability is high.”


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