Turkey earthquakes: A Potential for a Secondary Disaster

Following the devastating earthquakes in Turkey, experts have warned against the possibility of a health catastrophe. Indeed, the improper management of rubble from demolished buildings poses serious health and ecological risks. Despite regulations and in the light of recent political developments in the country, evidence highlighted a certain disregard for preventive measures.

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