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The earthquakes in the Turkish-Syrian border region are among the most severe natural disasters of the last 100 years. More than 52,000 people were killed and more than 100,000 injured. Germany is now doubling its earthquake assistance for Syria and Turkey.
Foreign Minister Baerbock will meet her EU colleagues in Brussels on Monday to discuss further support for Ukraine, including the supply of ammunition. Other topics on the agenda include the situation in Tunisia, Iran and Afghanistan.
Djibouti, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Somalia and the Sudan are suffering a once-in-a-century drought. Hardly any rain has fallen for five years now – and many people are going hungry. Read on to find out how Germany is helping on the ground.