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Israeli rescue team finds body of Turkish Jewish woman in earthquake ruins

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An Israeli rescue team found the body of a Jewish woman buried in earthquake ruins in Turkey. 

The Israeli emergency rescue organisation ZAKA said it found the body of Fortuna Cenudioglu in the city of Antakya and that it was still searching for her husband, Saul.

ZAKA had initially issued a statement saying both bodies had been found, but later said Saul was still missing.

“After three days of efforts and attempts to arrive by complex routes, a special rescue team made up of IDF Home Front Command soldiers and ZAKA volunteers arrived in Antakya, Turkey, last night,” ZAKA said.

“At this stage, the volunteers of the Israeli delegation in Turkey continue their efforts to locate signs of life and rescue more civilians from the ruins,” ZAKA added.

Fortuna Cenudioglu is the first confirmed Jewish victim of the earthquakes that left over 17,000 people dead in Turkey and neighbouring Syria.

The couple were part of a tiny Jewish community in the city of Antakya, which numbered some 12 people, according to local estimates.

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