Around 14 million people in Türkiye have been affected by the quakes.
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says Türkiye will erase traces of the destruction caused by the powerful earthquakes on February 6, and be more prepared for possible disasters in the future.
The powerful February 6 quakes in the country's southern region injured 107,204 people, says the head of the Turkish disaster management authority.
The campaign aims to strengthen the spirit of global solidarity and emphasises the importance of international cooperation in the face of disasters.
Ghanaians gather to pay their final respects to the former national team attacker, who died after his building collapsed following Türkiye's February 6 earthquakes.
About 2.19 million citizens, affected by February 6 twin earthquakes, have been provided with accommodation services, says Vice President Fuat Oktay, as he details government response to "disaster of the century".
Psychotherapist writes from Türkiye’s earthquake-devastated city of Adiyaman, where he is helping survivors deal with their loss and trauma.
Authorities examined more than 1.7 million buildings in the quake-hit provinces and determined 232,632 buildings need to be immediately razed, says Environment Minister Murat Kurum.
Al Thani also urged the international community to support earthquake hit and war-torn Syria, saying 'it's wrong to abuse humanitarian tragedy for political purposes'.
Turkish Interior Minister Suleyman Soylu says 45,968 people, including 4,267 Syrian refugees in the country, have lost their lives in the February 6 quakes that devastated parts of Türkiye and neighbouring Syria.
The tremor came as Türkiye is dealing with the aftermath of the devastating Feburary 6 quakes in the country’s southern region that have claimed at least 45,089 lives.
Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus President Ersin Tatar wishes a speedy recovery for all of the earthquake survivors during his visit to Türkiye's earthquake zone.
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