The Turkey-Syria earthquake was a major earthquake with a magnitude of 7.0

The Turkey-Syria earthquake occurred on October 30, 2019 and had a magnitude of 7.0.

The earthquake's epicenter was in Sivrice, Turkey, near the border with Syria.

The earthquake caused widespread destruction in the affected areas, including collapsed buildings and widespread damage.

At least 41 people were killed and over 1,600 were injured in Turkey alone.

The earthquake also caused damage and casualties in neighboring Syria.

The impact of the earthquake was compounded by the fact that the affected area is a densely populated region, with many old and poorly-constructed buildings.

The earthquake triggered landslides, cut off power and water supplies, and made rescue efforts more difficult.