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So far, there have been no reports of casualties or major damage on the Turkish side, but officials have warned people to be wary of aftershocks. Turkey is prone to earthquakes because it sits on a major fault line. A 6.7 quake is capable of causing major damage, but Friday's effects may have been dampened because it occurred under the sea.