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“Like in an Armageddon movie; it’s unbelievable. The whole city smells of dead people.”

Aid worker SALAM ALDEEN, co-founder of Team Humanity, describing to USA Today the search-and rescue scene in Antakya, Turkey, in the week following a pair of deadly earthquakes on Feb. 6 that killed more than 46,000 people in Turkey and Syria.

“She was in class doing what she was supposed to be doing … and still her life was taken by a coward.”

CHANDRA DAVIS, writing on Instagram about her 19-year-old niece, Arielle Anderson, one of three students killed in a Feb. 13 mass shooting at Michigan State University that left five others injured.

“Our skin is no more than that: it’s just skin.”

British actor Idris Elba, 50, telling Esquire why he stopped describing himself as a “black actor.”

“We fall for things because of the desperation and the anguish we’re facing.”

Venezuelan emigrant YOVANNA DIMATTEO, 38, who is trying, along with her husband and two children, to enter the U.S. via the sponsorship-based humanitarian parole program. NBC News reported many would-be immigrants have been scammed online by fake sponsors who took their prepayment and then disappeared.


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