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The number of people killed by the deadliest earthquake in Turkey's modern history has risen to 36,187, authorities said.
Total property losses from the magnitude 7.8 and 7.5 earthquakes are expected to be close to $20 billion, KCC said.
The firm's insured loss figure did not include Syria, where the disaster has compounded a humanitarian crisis caused by 12 years of war.
The earthquakes destroyed or heavily damaged more than 41,000 buildings across ten of Turkey's 81 provinces, according to the report.
The U.S. Geological Survey said that a 7.8-magnitude earthquake struck south-eastern Turkey, near the Syrian border, on Feb. 6, destroying many buildings including a shopping mall, BBC reported. Turkish Interior Minister Suleymon Soylu said 10 cities were affected: Gaziantep, Kahramanmaras, Hatay, Osmaniye, Adiyaman, Malatya, Sanliurfa, Adana, Diyarbakir and Kilis.