An embrace among the rubble in Hatay, Turkey
State of emergency in Turkey
Some 23 million people in Syria and Turkey have been affected by yesterday’s and today’s earthquakes and aftershocks, the World Health Organization (WHO) says. The death toll stands at more than 5,000, but the WHO warns that the number could rise to 20,000. Ten Turkish provinces are now officially disaster areas. Turkey has declared a state of emergency for the next three months. Dozens of countries have offered assistance.
In the broadcast everything about the aftermath of the earthquakes. News reporter Siebe Sietsma is in Turkey.
In the coming months, the Rijksmuseum will present the largest exhibition on painter Johannes Vermeer ever. There are 28 paintings by the 17th-century master. is a guest Taco Dibbetsdirector of the Rijksmuseum.
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