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By Mehmet Guzel, Ghaith Alsayed, Zeynep Bilginsoy, Associated Press
Thousands who lost their homes in a catastrophic earthquake huddled around campfires and clamored for food, three days after the temblor and series of aftershocks hit Turkey and Syria, killing more than 19,300.
By Mehmet Guzel, Ghaith Alsayed, Suzan Fraser, Associated Press
Stretched rescue teams are toiling in Turkey and Syria, searching for signs of life in the rubble of thousands of buildings toppled by a catastrophic earthquake.
Search teams and emergency aid from around the world are pouring into Turkey and Syria as rescuers working in freezing temperatures dig through the remains of buildings flattened by a magnitude 7.8 earthquake. The death toll soared above 5,000 and…
By Geoff Bennett, Cai Pigliucci
Swaths of southern Turkey and northern Syria are in ruins after a powerful earthquake ripped through the region. At least 3,400 are dead, more than 13,000 more injured and tens of thousands are homeless. The pre-dawn quake hit with a…
By Christopher Thomas
Thousands of buildings were destroyed in the shaking, trapping people in the rubble; thousands of victims have been confirmed dead overall in both countries.
By Maddie Burakoff, Associated Press
A major 7.8 magnitude earthquake centered in Turkey has caused widespread damage across the region. Scientists say Monday's epicenter was in southern Turkey, near the northern border of Syria. Thousands were killed in both countries.
By Emily Wang Fujiyama, Associated Press
The U.S. State Department offered its condolences to the people of Turkey and Syria after a power 7.8 magnitude earthquake killed at least 3,400 people in those two countries.
By Ghaith Alsayed, Abby Sewell, Associated Press
In both government and opposition-controlled areas of northern Syria, buildings weakened by years of bombings were particularly vulnerable to this new shock.
By Ghaith Alsayed, Suzan Fraser, Associated Press
A powerful 7.8 magnitude earthquake has rocked wide swaths of Turkey and neighboring Syria, killing more than 3,400 people and injuring thousands more.
By Matthew Lee, Associated Press
The United States and Turkey on Wednesday looked to brush aside differences that have strained relations for years but were unable to report progress in resolving disagreements over Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and NATO expansion that have soured ties between…
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