Authorities, however, point to widespread destruction, low funds and dwindling outside help as obstacles to their work.
Andrew Wilks is a freelance journalist based in Istanbul, Turkey. He previously worked as the deputy editor of Anadolu news agency and for UK-based ne... wspapers.
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