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Terrible earthquake in Turkey, Syria: efforts to save human lives in severe cold

Terrible earthquake in Turkey, Syria: efforts to save human lives in severe cold

The death toll in the earthquake in Turkey and Syria has exceeded 23,700. Even after five days, the rescue team is busy saving human lives. In the Syrian region of Idlib, an entire family has miraculously been rescued alive.

According to the foreign news agency, many people were rescued alive from the rubble during the devastating earthquake of this century in Turkey and Syria. The death toll in both countries has reached close to 23,000. In the Syrian city of Idlib, emotional scenes were witnessed when the entire family was miraculously pulled alive from the rubble.

According to the report, more than 100,000 people have been injured by the earthquake in both countries, while more than 1,000 aftershocks have occurred in both countries. Rescue workers are busy saving human lives in bitter cold, where 2 people have been pulled out from the wreckage in Kahara Manmaras. The woman and the youth were rescued after 110 hours in Hatay area.

As for Syria, an entire family was miraculously rescued alive in Idlib. Aid workers rescued a mother and son in Jablah.

According to the Reuters report, the death toll from the devastating 7.8 magnitude earthquake on February 6 is increasing. According to the report, Russian President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has instructed the rescue authorities to speed up the rescue activities as soon as possible. Millions of people have been left homeless and food insecure in the bitter cold, with leaders in both countries facing questions and criticism over their response to the earthquake.

The United Nations has warned that 874,000 people in Syria and Turkey are currently in need of emergency food. According to Syrian state media, the Syrian president made his first visit to the affected areas after the earthquake and then visited a hospital in Aleppo with his wife Asma. Meanwhile, the Turkish president visited the province of Adyaman, where he acknowledged that the government’s response was not as fast as it should have been. He also said that looting of shops has also taken place in some areas.

It should be noted that the Turkish President is determined to participate in the elections held on May 14 this year, but due to this disaster, the elections may be postponed. On the other hand, the Turkish President is facing severe criticism from his opponents. Many international organizations have arrived in both countries for relief activities where there is a shortage of medicines, food, clothes and other essential items.

Earlier on Friday, aid workers were still clearing debris nearly 100 hours after a powerful earthquake struck Turkey and Syria, killing 21,000 in one of the region’s worst disasters in a century. According to the report of the news agency “AFP”, the first shipment of aid from the United Nations reached the rebel-held areas in Syria on Thursday, but after three days, the chances of finding survivors have disappeared. Experts consider this a critical time to save lives.

The severe cold has hampered search efforts in both countries, but despite this, rescue teams are rescuing the victims day and night, however, 16-year-old Melda Atas was found alive in the southern Turkish city of Antakya 80 hours after the disaster. Gone. A 7.8-magnitude earthquake rocked the region on Monday as people slept soundly.

Aid officials, including World Health Organization (WHO) chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus and UN humanitarian chief Martin Griffith, plan to visit the affected region.

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