Syrian Ministry of Health reports that the number of earthquake victims in Lattakia, Aleppo, Hama, and Idlib countryside has risen to 1,250 deaths and 2,054 injuries.
7 Feb 23:36
Nablus, occupied Palestinian West Bank, was hit with a 4.8 magnitude earthquake.
7 Feb 21:52
Al Mayadeen correspondent to Aleppo: An Iranian plane carrying aid just landed in the city's airport, while 2 others, one Algerian and one Libyan, are being unloaded.
7 Feb 21:14
Al Mayadeen correspondent reports more than 390 dead in Latakia, Syria's coast, due to the earthquake.
7 Feb 20:02
Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi direct the competent authorities to send five military planes loaded with medical aid to Syria and Turkey.
7 Feb 19:37
Mekdad to Al Mayadeen: There has been no coordination between Syria and Turkey, even on the humanitarian level, although it is required.
7 Feb 19:36
Syrian Minister of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates Faisal Mekdad told Al Mayadeen that US sanctions were a major hindrance to the relief efforts since they prevent the import of even medicine to Syria.
7 Feb 17:51
Al Mayadeen correspondent reports the landing of an Algerian plane in Aleppo carrying food, medicine, and relief materials to assist the relief efforts in affected areas.
7 Feb 16:45
Al Mayadeen correspondent to Latakia: Search continues for survivors under the rubble of a 10-story building in Latakia.
7 Feb 16:11
Al Mayadeen correspondent: 1,500 buildings in Aleppo were on the verge of collapsing before the earthquake, and today the number has doubled.
7 Feb 16:11
Al Mayadeen correspondent to Aleppo: Two residential buildings collapsed a short while ago in Aleppo.
7 Feb 16:05
Al Mayadeen's correspondent: There are limited capabilities and difficulty in monitoring buildings that are about to fall.
7 Feb 14:40
Al Mayadeen's correspondent: Plane from Algeria filled with medical, relief and food aid arrives at Aleppo airport.
7 Feb 14:29
Lebanese Prime Minister Najib Mikati will form a ministerial committee that will to Syria tomorrow to hold meetings on humanitarian affairs and the ramifications of the earthquake.
7 Feb 13:52
Turkish President Erdogan: Death toll from earthquake has risen to 3549.
7 Feb 13:44
Tunisian Red Crescent calls for participation in supporting Syria and Turkey.
7 Feb 13:41
Palestinian Foreign Ministry: 55 Palestinians died in Syria and Turkey as a result of the devastating earthquake.
7 Feb 13:36
Iran Armed Forces Chief of Staff Mohammad Baqeri: Any country from which an aggression on Iran is launched will meet our definitive response alongside the Zionist entity.
7 Feb 13:24
Al Mayadeen's correspondent: Syrian Defense Minister currently inspecting relief operations in affected regions of Aleppo.
7 Feb 12:42
IRGC Chief Hossein Salami: We extend our condolences to Turkey and Syria and announce our readiness to employ all of our capacities for relief efforts.
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