This week on The New Arab Voice, we're looking back on a week that has changed Turkey and Syria forever.
On Monday morning, as people slept in their beds, a massive earthquake erupted in southern Turkey. It was felt as far off as Iraq, but at the epicentre and the surrounding area, the devastation was almost immediate.
The New Arab's Levant Correspondent Will Christou (@will_christou) rushed to the scene, where he witnessed widespread destruction, brief moments of joy as survivors where pulled from the rubble, and ultimately tragedy and grief.
On this week's episode, we speak with Will about what he's seen, where he's been, and what his experience has been.
Also, we speak with Kristyan Benedict (@KreaseChan), Crisis Response Manager for Amnesty International UK, about the unfolding crisis in Syria, and the desperate situation of the people who were already experiencing a humanitarian crisis before the earthquake.
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This podcast is produced by Hugo Goodridge.
Theme music by Omar al-Fil.
Other music by Blue Dot Sessions.
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