Feb 7, 2023
World comes together after devastating earthquake
It’s a race against time in Turkey and in Syria where a massive magnitude 7.8 earthquake struck on Monday. Rescue teams are working around the clock in freezing conditions, trying to find survivors, with the emotion sometimes too much to bear. With more than 6,300 dead and counting, plus over 26,000 injured, it is a daunting task – but nobody is giving up. The world is coming together to help – even Ukraine is sending emergency personnel, and neighboring Greece is jumping into the fray despite sky high political tensions between Athens and Ankara. Sherine Ibrahim is the country director of CARE in Turkey, and she joins the show from Gaziantep, where people are sleeping in cars for fear of further aftershocks. CNN anchor Becky Anderson also joins the show with more on the rescue efforts on the ground.
Also on today's show: Toluse Olorunnipa, White House Bureau Chief, The Washington Post; John Hickenlooper, US Senate Democrat; Edward Berger, Co-writer and director, “All Quiet on…