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woman found alive 201 hours after Turkish earthquake, the death toll has exceeded 37 thousand.
26-year-old Emine Agul was found alive in the rubble of Hatay, Turkey, 201 hours after the earthquake. Emine Agul emerged alive from the rubble 201 hours after the magnitude 7.7 and 7.6 earthquakes struck Turkey and Syria.
The death toll from the earthquake has been reported to exceed 37,000. Turkish authorities have announced that 31,974 people have died in the country, while more than 5,800 people have died in Syria, according to the United Nations and the Syrian government. The World Health Organization described the earthquake in Turkey as the worst natural disaster in a hundred years.
A group of 14 US-based Syrian doctors have arrived in northwestern Syria to provide relief and medical services following last week’s earthquake disaster. It is stated that the doctors entered Bab al-Hawa, a region under the control of the opposition.
The United Nations Children’s Fund, UNICEF, has announced that more than seven million children have been affected by the massive earthquake in Turkey and Syria. 4.6 million children were injured in the 10 provinces of Turkey that were hit by the earthquake, and more than 2.5 million children were affected in Syria, according to a report issued by UNICEF.