Politics hampers efforts to provide aid to earthquake victims in northwestern Syria

Turkey’s interior minister said that over 80,000 buildings in his nation were either destroyed or fatally compromised by last week’s earthquake. Finding shelter and aid for survivors is a prime focus there now. The situation across the border in Syria is also dire for the millions left homeless, so many of whom have suffered so greatly through nearly 12 years of war. Amna Nawaz reports.

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