[英訳] Istanbul=Momoko Kidera]The earthquake that struck southern Turkey on March 6 will mark one week since its occurrence on March 13. The death toll in both Turkey and Syria exceeded 28,000 by the 12th. There have been reports of looting and riots in the affected areas, and foreign rescue teams have suspended their activities in some areas due to safety concerns. In Turkey, reports of children being rescued were reported on the 12th, but the death toll continues to rise. Turkish authorities have confirmed the deaths of 24,617 people.
[別訳] [Istanbul = Momoko Kitera] The earthquake that occurred in southern Turkey on the 6th will reach a week since the occurrence on the 13th. The total death toll in both Turkey and Syria surpassed 28,000 by Thursday. There have also been reports of deteriorating security in the affected areas, including looting and riots, and some foreign rescue teams have suspended their operations due to security concerns. In Turkey, it was reported that a child was rescued on the 12th, but the number of deaths continues to increase. Turkish authorities have confirmed 24,617 deaths.
② [原文] プロ野球の巨人やヤクルトで投手として活躍し、１０日に交通事故のため亡くなった入来智氏（享年５５）の通夜が１２日、宮崎県都城市内で行われた。 喪主は父・喜門さんが務め、実弟の祐作氏（５０）＝現オリックス投手コーチ＝も参列した。会場には巨人時代にチームメートだった清原和博氏など、球界関係者からの供花がところ狭しと並んだ。 Daily.co.jp
[英訳] On January 12, a wake was held in Miyakonojo City, Miyazaki Prefecture, for Satoshi Iriki (55), a pitcher for the professional baseball teams Giants and Yakult, who died in a traffic accident on January 10. His father Kimon served as mourner, and his younger brother Yusaku (50), current Orix pitching coach, also attended the wake. The venue was lined with offerings of flowers from people in the baseball world, including Kazuhiro Kiyohara, his teammate when he was a member of the Giants.
[別訳] Satoshi Iriki (age 55), who was active as a pitcher for the professional baseball giants and Yakult and died in a traffic accident on the 10th, was held in Miyakonojo City, Miyazaki Prefecture on the 12th. His father, Mr. Kimon, acted as chief mourner, and his younger brother, Mr. Yusaku (50), who is currently the Orix pitching coach, also attended. The venue was packed with flowers from people involved in the baseball world, including Kazuhiro Kiyohara, who was a teammate during the Giants era.