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By Tanya Titova, Andrew Wilks, Emrah Gurel, Associated Press
Hundreds of thousands of people are seeking shelter after the Feb. 6 earthquake in southern Turkey left homes unlivable.
By Omar Akour, Associated Press
A United Nations official says the death toll from the devastating 7.8 magnitude earthquake is likely to rise as teams scramble to remove rubble in hard-hit areas.
By Sarah El Deeb, Zeynep Bilginsoy, Bernat Armangué, Andrew Wilks, Associated Press
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has announced that more than 35,000 people have died in Turkey as a result of last week's earthquakes, making it the deadliest such disaster since the country's founding 100 years ago.
By Sarah El Deeb, Zeynep Bilginsoy, Bernat Armangué, Associated Press
The situation was particularly desperate in Syria, where a 12-year civil war has complicated relief efforts and meant days of wrangling over how to even move aid into the country, let alone distribute it.
By Mehmet Guzel, Suzan Fraser, Sarah El Deeb, Associated Press
While stories of near-miraculous rescues have flooded the airwaves in recent days, tens of thousands of dead have been found during the same period.
By Sarah El Deeb, Associated Press
Almost one week after the devastating 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck northern Syria and neighboring Turkey, the U.N. has acknowledged an international failure to help Syrian quake victims.
By Justin Spike, Zeynep Bilginsoy, Associated Press
Turkish authorities are targeting contractors allegedly linked with buildings that collapsed in the powerful Feb. 6 earthquakes as rescuers found more survivors in the rubble Sunday in the disaster that killed over 33,000 people.
By Jane Ferguson, Sarah Clune Hartman, Jorgen Samso
The death toll in Turkey and Syria from Monday’s powerful earthquake climbed over 28,000 Saturday night. Many of the dead were found under the rubble of collapsed buildings, and officials in Turkey are detaining building contractors they blame for shoddy…
By Justin Spike, Suzan Fraser, Associated Press, Abdelrahman Shaheen, Associated press
Five days after two powerful earthquakes hours apart caused thousands of buildings to collapse, killing more than 28,000 people and leaving millions homeless, rescuers were still pulling unlikely survivors from the ruins — one of them just 7 months old.
By Justin Spike, Ghaith Alsayed, Suzan Fraser, Associated Press
Rescuers pulled several people alive from the shattered remnants of buildings after a catastrophic earthquake slammed Turkey and Syria.
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