The death toll from the Turkey-Syria earthquakes is nearing 44,000.
Turkish authorities say at least 38,044 people have been killed in the country. The Syrian government and the United Nations say more than 5,800 people have died there.
There have also been fears of a secondary catastrophe, as many people have been made homeless and are lacking shelter, water, fuel and electricity.
Tens of thousands of people have spent a freezing fourth night in makeshift shelters, after losing their homes.
Turkey's president called the quake "the disaster of the century".
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