On the early morning of February 6, a 7.8 magnitude earthquake hit Turkey’s Gaziantep province, close to the Syrian border. It was the strongest earthquake in Turkey since a quake in 1939, which killed 30,000 people. The aftershocks—close to 100—were felt in Lebanon, Jordan, Israel, and Iraq. A 7.5 magnitude earthquake was recorded nine hours … Continued
Syrian immigrants in Newfoundland are putting a new spin on Canadian flavors.
The pop-up dinner turned global movement aims to preserve and celebrate Syrian culture during the largest humanitarian crisis of our time.