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Dried apricots: a far cry from normality

February 14, 2023 at 11:48 AM , Der AUDITOR
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MALATYA. The aftermath of last week's devastating earthquake continues to have Turkey firmly in its grip. As Malatya is one of the worst hit provinces, trade here is at a standstill for now.

Massive destruction in Malatya

It has been more than a week since the devastating earthquake shook parts of Turkey and Syria, and everything is still under the sign of this natural disaster. Malatya, the most important growing region for dried apricots, is one of the most affected Turkish provinces. Debris removal and recovery operations are in full swing here, while the death toll now stands at around 38,000 and continues to rise steadily. People in Malatya report that almost 90% of the buildings in the province have been damaged or even collapsed, and that all ava

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