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Murat Güreş

Gaziantep, Turkey
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About Murat
Murat Güreş is a journalist based in Gaziantep, Turkey.
29 yıldır muhabirlik yapıyorum. Gaziantep/Türkiye'de yaşıyorum. Çeşitli haber ajansları ve yerel medyada çalıştım. Sınıra yakın bir kentte olmam dolayısı ile özellikle Suriye'deki iç savaş, göç, göçün yarattığı sosyal sorunlar, sınır ötesi operasyon haberleri yaptım. Bir dönem Suriye'deki çeşitli örgütsel yapılar içerisinde yer alan yabancı savaşçıların davalarını izledim.2011 ve 2015 yılında iki kez Çağdaş Gazeteciler Derneğinden Yılın En İyi Yerel Haber Ödülleri'ni aldım.
Halen Gaziantep'te gazeteciliğe devam ediyorum
Languages
Turkish
Services
News Gathering Journalism Fact Checking
Skills
Natural Disasters Breaking News Fact Checking
Portfolio

Turkey Earthquake: Earthquake’s Death Toll Jumps to Over 4,300 in Turkey and Syria

07 Feb 2023  |  www.nytimes.com
Rescuers in Turkey and Syria are working tirelessly in near-freezing temperatures to find survivors after a magnitude-7.8 earthquake and subsequent aftershocks devastated the region, killing over 4,300 people and destroying thousands of buildings. The earthquake, centered near Gaziantep, is the deadliest to hit Turkey in over 20 years. The disaster has raised concerns about construction practices and building regulations in Turkey. International aid and rescue teams are being deployed from various countries, including the United States, Greece, and Israel. The United Nations and numerous humanitarian organizations are mobilizing resources to provide emergency relief and long-term assistance. The economic impact of the earthquake is expected to be significant, further straining the already vulnerable regions of Turkey and Syria.

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Avukat Önder Alkurt ile gündemi değerlendiriyoruz...

The Unjust Plight of the Victim Farmer

07 May 2021  |  yurthaberleri.net
Cuma Pişkin, a 66-year-old farmer from Dibecik Village in Gaziantep's Oğuzeli District, faces a severe agricultural crisis after his electric pump, used for irrigation, was sealed by the Enforcement Directorate despite a court's precautionary decision against cutting off electricity. Pişkin, who had won a lawsuit proving his victimization due to being unfairly billed as a commercial enterprise rather than for agricultural use, is now unable to irrigate his wheat crop, risking an 80% loss in yield and the inability to plant a second crop of corn. His situation is exacerbated by the seizure of his diesel subsidy due to the unpaid electricity bill, and he is unable to take action due to his age and financial constraints.

Former intelligence officer Ekrem Çetin, who was killed in Gaziantep, had discovered the FETÖ-affiliated chief prosecutor while investigating the murder

07 May 2021  |  yurthaberleri.net
Former intelligence officer Vakıf Ertürk, who had been investigating the murder of Kilis Mayor Ekrem Çetin and his son Cahit Çetin, was killed in Gaziantep after being beaten by individuals with whom he had a feud. Ertürk had previously uncovered connections between the murder case and FETÖ-affiliated individuals, including former Deputy Director of Intelligence Gürsel Aktepe and the then Chief Public Prosecutor Bülent Bingöl, accusing them of covering up the crime. Despite being vindicated in court, Ertürk faced false accusations and was dismissed from his job in 2009. The murder suspect, Orhan Aslan, remains at large, and the investigation into Ertürk's death has led to the arrest of one suspect, with seven others being sought.

YAŞAM İÇİN, ÖLÜM KUYRUĞU...

07 May 2021  |  yurthaberleri.net
Despite the full lockdown in Gaziantep, Turkey, people formed long queues at the Central PTT (Post Office) to receive their social aid payments, disregarding the pandemic and social distancing rules. The queues extended from the main street to the back streets. According to the Ministry of Family and Social Services, approximately 1.2 million households with bank accounts or PTT Cards have received a support payment of 1,100 TL. The ministry aims to deliver support payments to over 820,000 needy households through Vefa Social Support Groups by Eid al-Fitr, as part of the Full Lockdown Social Aid Program, reaching over 2 million households in total.
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