Rescue effort ends in all but two areas #TurkeyEarthquake

Journalists covering the earthquake disaster in Turkey and Syria walk a fine ethical line between doing their job as reporters while at the same time giving practical help to people overwhelmed by the tragedy.

Many public institutions that, included the Central Bank, donated. Well, I guess Turkish Central Bank will print money to donate. Turkish leaders are more interested in saving the image than in saving the people. I say this without exaggeration. The tragedy is grand but crushing the public sentiment is more vital for the leaders.

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… to effectively mitigate the human cost of this tragedy. The next wave of earthquakes could hit Istanbul with even more disastrous consequences.


New residential complexes that symbolized Türkiye’s development, along with new state hospitals and airports, have been reduced to rubble.

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