The first UN aid convoy enters northern Syria, 4 days after the earthquakes

The first UN aid convoy enters northern Syria, 4 days after the earthquakes Four days after the devastating earthquakes occurred, the first UN aid convoy consisting of 6 trucks entered northwestern Syria today, Thursday, through the Bab al-Hawa crossing.  On Thursday, a UN aid convoy consisting of 6 trucks entered Idlib Governorate, northwestern Syria, the first since the earthquakes occurred at dawn on Monday.  Anadolu Agency correspondent in the region reported that the aid entered through the Gilogozo crossing from the Turkish side and crossed into the Syrian territory through the Bab al-Hawa crossing.  The aid that entered northern Syria within the program of the Humanitarian Aid Mechanism to Syria will be delivered to the affected people.  In an indefinite toll, the number of earthquake victims throughout Syria (regime and opposition-held areas) has reached 3,162 dead and more than 5,000 wounded, according to figures from the Ministry of Health of the regime and the Syrian Civil Defense (the White Helmets).  At dawn on Monday, a 7.7-magnitude earthquake hit southern Turkey and northern Syria, followed hours later by another with a magnitude of 7.6 and dozens of aftershocks, leaving huge losses of lives and property in both countries.   Celebrities around the world are in solidarity with Turkey and Syria in the earthquake disaster International celebrities expressed their condolences and solidarity with Turkey and Syria on their social media accounts after the devastating earthquake. At dawn on Monday, a 7.7-magnitude earthquake hit southern Turkey and northern Syria, followed hours later by another with a magnitude of 7.6 and hundreds of violent aftershocks.  International celebrities in the world of art and culture expressed their condolences and solidarity with Turkey and Syria through their accounts on social media after the earthquake that struck the two countries at dawn on Monday.  American supermodel Gigi Hadid shared UNICEF's campaign to help children affected by the earthquake with nearly 77 million followers on Instagram, saying, "I am sad for everyone affected by the earthquakes in Turkey and Syria."  Hadid called on her followers to support the aid campaign for the relief of those affected by the earthquake.  Her sister, Bella Hadid, also provided various information about the earthquake that struck Turkey and Syria, adding: "I have a feeling of freezing in my whole body. I am very sad and my prayers are for all those affected. The news is terrifying and it really shakes my bones. I am looking for ways to provide assistance."  For his part, American comedian Ramy Youssef shared, through his Instagram account, a link to the earthquake relief campaign in Turkey and Syria.  South Korean musician Seon Choi also wrote on his Twitter account: "I convey my deepest condolences to those who lost their loved ones in the devastating earthquakes that occurred in southern Turkey and northwest Syria. I feel especially sad for the children who lost their families, and who live in fear."  For his part, the American actor, known for his performance in the movie "The Lord of the Rings", Elijah Wood, said: "The earthquakes were devastating. My heart is with the Turkish and Syrian people."  In his message of support for Turkey, South Korean-American rapper Jay Park said on his social media accounts: "My prayers are that everyone is fine."  American comedian and presenter Jimmy Fallon drew attention to UNICEF's aid campaign in Turkey and Syria at the start of his "The Tonight Show" on Tuesday.  "UNICEF is now on the ground helping our friends in Syria and Turkey," Fallon said. "They are providing clean water, food and many other needs."  Fallon called on viewers to make a donation on UNICEF's official website, saying, "Even the smallest help will help."  British musician Billie May tweeted: "My heart goes out to Turkey and Syria."  "We are very sad and worried about the disaster in Turkey, and we hope that the Turkish people are safe," Marcia Cornea, the lead singer of the Indonesian rock band Voice of Baceprot, told Anadolu Agency.  At dawn on Monday, a 7.7-magnitude earthquake hit southern Turkey and northern Syria, followed hours later by another with a magnitude of 7.6 and hundreds of violent aftershocks, which left huge losses of lives and property in both countries.  On Tuesday, Erdogan declared a 3-month state of emergency in 10 Turkish states affected by the Kahramanmaraş earthquake.  The ten states are Adana, Adi Yaman, Diyarbakir, Gaziantep, Hatay, Kahramanmaraş, Kilis, Malatya, Osmaniye and Sanliurfa.

Four days after the devastating earthquakes occurred, the first UN aid convoy consisting of 6 trucks entered northwestern Syria today, Thursday, through the Bab al-Hawa crossing.

On Thursday, a UN aid convoy consisting of 6 trucks entered Idlib Governorate, northwestern Syria, the first since the earthquakes occurred at dawn on Monday.

Anadolu Agency correspondent in the region reported that the aid entered through the Gilogozo crossing from the Turkish side and crossed into the Syrian territory through the Bab al-Hawa crossing.

The aid that entered northern Syria within the program of the Humanitarian Aid Mechanism to Syria will be delivered to the affected people.

In an indefinite toll, the number of earthquake victims throughout Syria (regime and opposition-held areas) has reached 3,162 dead and more than 5,000 wounded, according to figures from the Ministry of Health of the regime and the Syrian Civil Defense (the White Helmets).

At dawn on Monday, a 7.7-magnitude earthquake hit southern Turkey and northern Syria, followed hours later by another with a magnitude of 7.6 and dozens of aftershocks, leaving huge losses of lives and property in both countries.

Celebrities around the world are in solidarity with Turkey and Syria in the earthquake disaster

International celebrities expressed their condolences and solidarity with Turkey and Syria on their social media accounts after the devastating earthquake. At dawn on Monday, a 7.7-magnitude earthquake hit southern Turkey and northern Syria, followed hours later by another with a magnitude of 7.6 and hundreds of violent aftershocks.

International celebrities in the world of art and culture expressed their condolences and solidarity with Turkey and Syria through their accounts on social media after the earthquake that struck the two countries at dawn on Monday.

American supermodel Gigi Hadid shared UNICEF's campaign to help children affected by the earthquake with nearly 77 million followers on Instagram, saying, "I am sad for everyone affected by the earthquakes in Turkey and Syria."

Hadid called on her followers to support the aid campaign for the relief of those affected by the earthquake.

Her sister, Bella Hadid, also provided various information about the earthquake that struck Turkey and Syria, adding: "I have a feeling of freezing in my whole body. I am very sad and my prayers are for all those affected. The news is terrifying and it really shakes my bones. I am looking for ways to provide assistance."

For his part, American comedian Ramy Youssef shared, through his Instagram account, a link to the earthquake relief campaign in Turkey and Syria.

South Korean musician Seon Choi also wrote on his Twitter account: "I convey my deepest condolences to those who lost their loved ones in the devastating earthquakes that occurred in southern Turkey and northwest Syria. I feel especially sad for the children who lost their families, and who live in fear."

For his part, the American actor, known for his performance in the movie "The Lord of the Rings", Elijah Wood, said: "The earthquakes were devastating. My heart is with the Turkish and Syrian people."

In his message of support for Turkey, South Korean-American rapper Jay Park said on his social media accounts: "My prayers are that everyone is fine."

American comedian and presenter Jimmy Fallon drew attention to UNICEF's aid campaign in Turkey and Syria at the start of his "The Tonight Show" on Tuesday.

"UNICEF is now on the ground helping our friends in Syria and Turkey," Fallon said. "They are providing clean water, food and many other needs."

Fallon called on viewers to make a donation on UNICEF's official website, saying, "Even the smallest help will help."

British musician Billie May tweeted: "My heart goes out to Turkey and Syria."

"We are very sad and worried about the disaster in Turkey, and we hope that the Turkish people are safe," Marcia Cornea, the lead singer of the Indonesian rock band Voice of Baceprot, told Anadolu Agency.

At dawn on Monday, a 7.7-magnitude earthquake hit southern Turkey and northern Syria, followed hours later by another with a magnitude of 7.6 and hundreds of violent aftershocks, which left huge losses of lives and property in both countries.

On Tuesday, Erdogan declared a 3-month state of emergency in 10 Turkish states affected by the Kahramanmaraş earthquake.

The ten states are Adana, Adi Yaman, Diyarbakir, Gaziantep, Hatay, Kahramanmaraş, Kilis, Malatya, Osmaniye and Sanliurfa.
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