World Unites to Help Turkey and Syria: Death Toll Reaches 21,000 After Earthquake

The death toll from the devastating earthquake that struck Turkey and Syria on February 10th has now risen to over 21,000. The 7.2 magnitude earthquake has left thousands of people homeless and has caused widespread destruction.

The international community has come forward to offer aid to the affected countries. The United Nations has launched an appeal for $500 million in aid for Turkey and Syria. In addition, several countries and organizations have already sent aid to the region, including the United States, the European Union, and the Red Cross.

In addition to the aid, the Turkish and Syrian governments are working together to respond to the disaster. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has declared a three-day national mourning period and has pledged to rebuild the affected areas.

The earthquake has also taken a personal toll on many people. In the United States, the Turkish-American community is mourning the loss of loved ones in the disaster.

At the same time, there is anger over the lack of preparedness for the earthquake. Critics have accused the Turkish and Syrian governments of failing to adequately prepare for the disaster.

Meanwhile, Ghana soccer star Christian Atsu has been reported missing after the earthquake. His agent has said that he is yet to be found.

The earthquake has had a devastating impact on the region, and the death toll is expected to rise further. The world is coming together to help Turkey and Syria in this time of need.