More people have died after a magnitude 6.4 earthquake struck the same border area that was devastated just two weeks ago. The new tremor triggered panic and injured hundreds.
Rescues provide a glimmer of hope among Turkey and Syrian quake ruins as toll tops 21,000.
Freezing conditions have deepened the misery for survivors of the devastating earthquake that hit Turkey and Syria earlier this week.
Rescuers worked into the night in Turkey and Syria following Monday's devastating earthquake. But cold weather means time is short for possible survivors. More than 9,000 people have been killed. DW has the latest.
More bodies were recovered overnight, and rescue operations are still ongoing. Most of the victims were police officers.
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After searching for close to 10 days, rescuers called off the operation when the body of a boy, the last missing person, was unearthed. A total of 11 children died in the landslide.
Indonesian President Joko Widodo pledged financial assistance to the victims of the deadly earthquake. During the visit to area, he also urged rescuers to focus on people still trapped under the rubble.
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