How the Turkey-Syria earthquakes altered the Earth
19 February 2023 | 5:01 pm
Satellites are helping to model the geographic impact of the Turkey-Syria earthquakes, but will they ever predict future quakes?
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Aid, personnel and equipment is arriving from around the world following the devastating earthquakes that have killed over 2,000 people in Turkey and Syria.
We bring you a special programme on one of the worst natural disasters to hit the Middle East in decades. Thousands have been killed after two massive earthquakes struck south-eastern Turkey and northern Syria on Monday.
Rescuers worked into the night in Turkey and Syria following Monday's devastating earthquake. But cold weather means time is short for possible survivors. More than 9,000 people have been killed. DW has the latest.
As the desperate search for survivors continues after the devastating earthquakes in Turkey and Syria, the WHO warns that up to 23 million people could be affected across the region. Our Perspective guest is Louise Bichet, Middle East Manager at Médecins du Monde (Doctors of the World), which has been working in the region for many years.
Freezing conditions have deepened the misery for survivors of the devastating earthquake that hit Turkey and Syria earlier this week.
The instability of old buildings was responsible for much of the wreckage in Monday’s earthquake along the Turkey-Syria border. But the earthquake was also abnormally strong for its magnitude.
There are ways to get aid into earthquake-impacted areas in northern Syria and save lives. However various political positions taken by both Turkey and Syria may prevent this.
While the death toll continues to rise after a devastating earthquake in Syria and Turkey, DW looks at some of the worst quakes on record.
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