Angara: Death toll rises in powerful earthquakes in Turkey and Syria It is reported that more than 7800 people have died in the earthquake so far.
Heavy rains and snow are affecting rescue operations in Turkey. The World Health Organization has warned that the death rate could rise sharply. Rescue operations are currently being consolidated at Adana. Camps have also been prepared in Adana for those who escaped from the disaster.
The latest figures put the total death toll in Turkey and Syria at 7,800. The World Health Organization estimates that 20,000 people may have died.
At the same time, Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan announced that 45 countries, including the United States and India, had offered help in the search and rescue operation. The NDRF team from India is camping in Adana. From here, the group of 100 people decided to go to other areas for rescue operations.