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Turkey quake aftermath: Concerns grow about spread of infectious diseases

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In Turkey, as the media and the general public pay less attention to the areas hit by the double earthquakes on February 6th, the national doctor’s union is sounding the alarm on deteriorating sanitary conditions. Ankara has vowed to house disaster victims in repurposed containers, but many still live in tents. Our correspondents bring you this report from Hatay, the worst hit province.

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