Israel's last major earthquake struck in 1927, killing 130 in Jerusalem, but there are many minor quakes each year.
It's not clear whether any foreign nationals were casualties in the earthquake.
The TOI home page was replaced with the Turkish flag.
Russia's Interfax news service and several other media companies were affected, as was the airport in Odessa and the transportation system in Kiev.
The Trump Administration's urgent warnings against Kurdish independence convinced the Iranian-backed militias and the Iraqi government they had a green light from Washington to invade Kurdistan without fear of American intervention.
The deal, estimated at $2.5 billion, has caused concern among Turkey’s NATO allies, who argued that the Russian system is incompatible with NATO's.
“If Israel does not reconsider its support for Kurdish independence, Turkey will not be able to take many steps we would have with Israel, too."
All of Kurdistan's neighbors have been advancing military units towards its borders, possibly scheming to repeat the attempt in 1948 by seven Arab states to choke the fledgling State of Israel.
The hunger for a state of their own dates as far back as the time when the Ottoman Empire was broken up after World War I and European nations divided the territory.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Israel "clearly differentiates between the PKK and the legitimate efforts of the Kurdish people."
President Trump's close associate Rudy Giuliani, who is the attorney representing one of the accused in this case, has met with Turkish President Erdogan to discuss getting the entire case dismissed.
"The Jewish Agency, which has welcomed millions of Jews home to Israel, is proud to play a part in easing Neda’s integration into her country of refuge."
In July, when Turkish President Erdogan attacked Israel's security policy on the Temple Mount, Netanyahu issued a statement saying, "It would be interesting to see what Erdogan would say to ... the Kurds. Erdogan is the last one who can preach to Israel."
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan is calling on Muslims to visit the Al Aqsa mosque on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem in solidarity.
“Hydrogen sulfide is very difficult to make, so I want to make it quite clear ... we were a long way from having a functional device.”
The axis began operations in early 2016, at the initiation of Muhammad Maher Bader, a Hebron-based senior Hamas terrorist and member of the PA Legislative Council.
Lapid also said Israel must let go of what he called a “misguided dream” it will build a gas pipeline to Turkey.
"When Jewish blood is being spilled... raise the flag of settlement in the Land of Israel."
Look who's pushing this video clip: our friends at the official Turkish Anadolu news agency.
'Those who are able to should visit Al-Aqsa. For those who cannot visit Al-Aqsa should send aid to our brothers there,' Erdogan said.
In May, Turkey's Erdoğan declared “every day Jerusalem is under ‘occupation.’”
More troubling is the oblique Turkish government sponsorship of the violence against the Istanbul synagogue.
President Rivlin reminded President Erdogan that after the terror attack in Turkey, the State of Israel was quick to condemn those criminal acts.
“We want to build a pipeline stretching from Israel to Turkey in order to able to export natural gas from Israel to Turkey."
Last week, Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan was not permitted to speak to Turkish ex-patriots in Germany.