The casualties from the earthquake that struck Syria and Turkey are on the rise with fading hope of finding survivors under the rubble.
Major earthquakes strike Syria and Turkey causing the collapse of dozens of buildings, killing and injuring hundreds of people.
The second earthquake this month to strike Syria was recorded 22 kilometers to the northwest of Latakia in the eastern Mediterranean.
New moderate earthquake struck the northern countryside of Hama, central Syria at late yesterday evening, there were no casualties reported.
A minor earthquake of 3 degrees on the Richter scale struck northwest of Idlib city in the northwest of Syria, no injuries were reported.
A minor earthquake of 3 degrees on the Richter scale struck southwest of Aleppo city in the north of Syria, no injuries reported.
An earthquake of 3.5 degrees on Richter scale hit the southwestern countryside of Hasakah province yesterday evening, no casualties reported.
Minor earthquake of 2.9 degrees on the Richter scale strikes the southwest of Aleppo, the second to strike Aleppo this year.