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A month ago, twin earthquakes devastated Türkiye and northern Syria. Tens of thousands lost their lives, and millions lost their livelihoods. See our coverage here.

Today, the hits keep coming. An airstrike earlier this week crippled the Aleppo airport, cutting off aid deliveries for days. According to the United Nations:

The impact of this closure impedes humanitarian access and could have drastic humanitarian consequences for millions of people who have been affected by the earthquake. Even more so, it could have adverse effects on the wider vulnerable population in need of humanitarian assistance.

Mainstream news may not cover the earthquake aftermath anymore, but it’s a priority for local Christians. “This (problem) is not short-term,” says Amir* with Heart4Iran.