After Monday’s quake, the death toll in Turkey-Syria have been risen to 36,000. The quake caused 31,643 death in Turkey and 4,614 deaths are recorded in Syria, which brings 36,257 deaths in Turkey-Syria, followed by massive earthquake.
52 UN trucks enter northwest Syria.
As per reported from a spokesman for the Bab-al-Hawa crossing, By northwest Syria’s only land crossing with Turkey, about fifty-two United Nations have entered opposition-controlled northwest Syria.
The convoys included six trucks on Thursday, 14 trucks on Friday, 22 trucks on Saturday and 10 trucks on Sunday. They were expecting a six-truck convoy to go through on Monday.”
Mazen Alloush-Via Al Jazeera news agency
“We’re not here to get paid or anything, we’re doing this for God”.
More than hundreds of Syrian volunteer gravediggers have been working at a cemetery in Jandaris in opposition-controlled northwest Syria.
I live in the camps in Aazaz, me and my family are displaced. We heard that the worst damage was in Jandaris, so, me and about 30 or 40 other men come out here every morning to volunteer and help the people here bury their dead here in this cemetery. We bury bodies and perform the funeral prayers for the dead. We’re not here to get paid or anything, we’re doing this for God.”
Qatar’s Emir visited Turkey.
Qatar’s Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani had visited Turkey on Sunday. He is the first foreign leader to visit Turkey after Monday’s massive earthquake.
First European aid shipment through Italy reaches Syria
According to Syrian Red Crescent, Italy’s aid shipment has reached Syria. Italy’s aid shipment is the first European aid shipment that reached government-held areas in Syria since Monday’s quake.
Italy’s spokesman told Reuters news agency that the country was sending a 30-ton shipment that included four ambulances and 13 pallets of medical equipment.