Relentlessly and dramatically, the numbers just keep climbing. A 7.8 magnitude earthquake has killed at least 33,179 people in Turkey and Syria, according to the latest official figures released on Sunday 12 February. On a visit to the stricken Turkish town of Kahramanmaras, Martin Griffiths, the UN Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs, said on Saturday that the death toll could "more than double". "We have not yet really started counting the number of dead (...) Soon, the people in charge of research and relief will give way to humanitarian agencies whose job will be to deal with the extraordinary number of people affected over the next few months," he added (Source: Le Monde). This week's album pays tribute to the people and the beautiful area where the Maraş triple junction is located.