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Turkey Earthquake Aftermath
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Turkey Earthquake Aftermath

Turkey Earthquake Aftermath

Turkey Earthquake Aftermath
Only Available in Archive Formats.

NPR's Julie McCarthy reports on the latest developments in the aftermath of the earthquake that shook Turkey one week ago. Heavy rains in the worst-affected regions are causing fear of the outbreak of disease from mosquitoes and flies. The government of Turkey has been severely criticized by many people because of the way it's dealing with the disaster.

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