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Turkey-Syria Earthquake: Death Toll Crosses 40,000

This is according to the governments of Turkey and Syria, as well as the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, the combined death toll from the recent earthquakes that hit southern Turkey has exceeded 40,000.Information Guide Nigeria

According to DAILY TRUST, 35,418 people have been killed in Turkey and in Syria, at least another 5,814 have died following the quakes that occurred on February 6.

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Turkey’s minister, Derya Yanik said that at least 1,362 children in Turkey were separated from their parents.

He revealed that 369 have been reunited with their families, while 792 are in hospitals, 201 children are in “institutions affiliated with our ministry”.NYSC portal

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DAILY TRUST reports two brothers, aged 17 and 21 have been rescued.The two brothers were pulled from an apartment block in Kahramanmaras province, and a Syrian man and young woman in a leopard-print headscarf in Antakya were rescued after over 200 hours in the rubble.

The rescuer said that there could be further people still alive to find.JAMB Result


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Idongesit Akpa-Ayang

Idongesit is a graduate of Communication Arts, University of Uyo. Currently working as a news reporter at InfoGuide Nigeria.

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