Scenes of chaos prevailed in Antakya on Tuesday as the emergency response to Turkey’s deadly earthquake began.
Rescuers in Turkey and Syria braved freezing darkness, aftershocks and collapsing buildings on Tuesday, as they dug for survivors buried by a string of earthquakes that killed at least 6,200 people.
Aid workers worked tirelessly to free people trapped under rubble, with a member of the Syrian civil defence telling TNA that it is "impossible to respond" to all the calls for help.
Recently, a delegation from the Union Emergency Committee arrived in the areas affected by the devastating earthquake that struck Syria and Turkey last Monday.
During his visit to Turkey to offer condolences to the victims of the earthquake that hit Turkey and the Black Sea region, Sheikh Al-Qaradaghi, the Secretary-General of the International Union of Muslim Scholars
Dr. Ali Al-Qaradaghi, the Secretary-General of the International Union of Muslim Scholars, has launched a relief campaign for the areas affected by the earthquake that struck Turkey and Syria.
A delegation of senior scholars from the International Union of Muslim Scholars, headed by the Union's president, His Eminence Sheikh Habib Salem Al-Saqqaf Al-Jifri,
Following a visit to Turkey, a delegation of senior scholars from the International Union of Muslim Scholars traveled to Jindires in the Afrin region of Aleppo province in Syria,
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