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If you intend to open a topic because you need information, please first check the Articles section and search the forums to see if your question has already been answered. If you can’t find an answer, you can open a new topic. Open a New Topic 1. Click the “Start New Topic” button at the upper right of the forum which most closely matches your situation. A new topic form will open with text boxes for the Topic Title, Tags, and a larger text area where you can type the text of your topic. 2. Enter a DESCRIPTIVE title. Don’t use a title like “Help” or “What Can I Do.” 3. Enter topic “tags” (optional) if you wish. Topic tags are key words about what you’re posting, which pertain to the topic, such as “Driving License,” “Fethiye,” “Visa,” etc. It associates your topic with other topics having the same tags (click on one and see), and helps your topic be found by others. 4. Enter your question, or whatever you want to say, in the text box. You’ll also see a “toolbar” above the text box which you can use to stylize your text, add emoticons, add links, link to an image, quote someone else, and more. If you don’t need to do any of those things, you can ignore it. 5. Once you’re finished typing, click “Post New Topic,” and your topic will become part of the forum. You can also preview your topic by clicking the “Preview Post.” Once your topic is posted, you can still edit it by clicking the “Edit” link below your topic. You have six hours to edit your topic. You cannot delete your topics. So if you want your topic edited after six hours, or if you want your post deleted, contact the Admin, we’re happy to assist. Note: We know the policy on editing after six hours and deletion seems a bit strange. But unfortunately we have had members who have become disgruntled with another member, or a moderator, and deleted all of their posts, leaving nonsensical strings of replies to content which was no longer there. Also, forum spammers have made posts, then some time later returned to change their posts into advertisements. We apologize for the hassle. If you later need anything edited or deleted, we're happy to do it for you.
This is the incredible moment a 13-year-old boy trapped under rubble from the Turkish earthquake - for a staggering 100 hours - was miraculously pulled out alive. This morning's dramatic rescue in the town of Ercis lifted the spirits of workers who have been searching for survivors since the powerful 7.2 magnitude quake hit eastern Turkey on Sunday. . The boy, named as Serhat Tokay, was put in a neck brace and taken on a stretcher to a waiting ambulance. Read more: http://www.dailymail...l#ixzz1c4BI5HbC Last week, a major earthquake of magnitude 7.3 hit Turkey. In eastern regions of Trukey, no building stood unscathed. The entire city was in ruin, and tall buildings disappeared without trace. Number of dead and missing has been increasing without end, and it is rumored that the number will exceed 1,000. Turkey is a nation that bled with South Korea when Turkey sent 15,000 combat troops to Korea during the Kroean War. South Korean government and civilian organizations have been sending relief supplies to Turkey, but moref attention and help are desperately needed. We hope for no more earthquake damage and for quick restoration of the nation....