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Anger over quake response grows in Turkey and Syria as death toll passes 11,000
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Images show joy and grief as rescuers race against time in Turkey's post-quake rubble
Erdogan vows to remove debris and rebuild all homes within a year
First group of Ukrainian rescuers have arrived in Turkey, officials say
U.K. sending additional $9.6 million worth of support, Foreign Office says
Death toll rises to 11,719
Aaref Watad / AFP - Getty Images
syria in crises
Civil war and shattered roads slow aid to quake-hit Syria: 'We will lose lives'
Louai Beshara / AFP - Getty Images
Castle and citadel among cherished historic sites damaged by earthquakes
Francisco Seco / AP
Why are earthquakes so hard to predict?
Videos: Turkey-Syria earthquake
Drone video reveals destruction, mortuary shows human cost of Turkish earthquake
Syrian man mourns 25 family members lost in catastrophic earthquake
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‘We haven’t slept’ since powerful earthquake struck Turkey, UNICEF worker says
Historic Turkish castle damaged by 7.8 magnitude earthquake
Dramatic footage shows moment of powerful aftershock live on Turkish TV
“We’ve all been worried about you and thinking about your country for so long, I can’t tell you,” the king said. Ukraine’s president had earlier addressed U.K. lawmakers to thank them for their continued support in the fight against Russia’s invasion.
Watch: President Zelenskyy meets King Charles III at Buckingham Palace
Khashoggi's wife asks U.S. and U.N. for help recovering husband's devices from Turkey
Jamal Khashoggi's widow asked the U.S. intel chief and the U.N. secretary-general for help recovering her husband’s laptop, cellphones and tablet as she builds lawsuits in the U.S.
Satellite images show the scale of the earthquake devastation in Turkey
Rubble from several collapsed tower blocks can be seen in one image of the town Islahiye.
No new variants emerged from China’s Covid outbreak, study finds
A genomic analysis found that all infections in Beijing belonged to existing Covid variants, according to a Chinese-funded study published in The Lancet.
Zelenskyy tells U.K. ‘freedom will win,’ pushes for warplanes
The embattled leader’s surprise visit in a bid for more advanced weapons comes as Ukraine braces for an expected Russian offensive and hatches its own plans to retake land held by Moscow’s forces.
Investigators find 'strong indications' that Putin approved supplying missile used to shoot down Malaysia Airlines flight
Russia has always denied any involvement in the downing of the flight over eastern Ukraine on July 17, 2014, and refused to cooperate with the international investigation.
China says it was smeared in Biden's State of the Union speech
China was mentioned at least seven times in Biden's speech, after tensions between the two countries came to a head over the shooting down of a Chinese spy balloon.
New Zealand police find 3.5 tons of cocaine in Pacific Ocean
Police say the drugs were dropped in a remote part of the ocean by an international drug-smuggling syndicate.
Hong Kong democrats face biggest national security trial yet. Here's what to know.
Most of the defendants have been held without bail for two years under the law, which critics say has all but eliminated dissent in the Chinese territory.
Climate in Crisis
Climate in Crisis
15 million people live under threat of glacial floods, study says
More than half are in just four countries: India, Pakistan, Peru and China, according to a study in Nature Communications.
Earthquakes in Turkey and Syria: Death toll soars past 7,000 as rescuers scour the rubble
Countries around the world, including the U.S., are sending search and rescue teams to the region.
What is PEPFAR? The Bush-era program touted in Biden's State of the Union
President George W. Bush stunned the world by proposing what many thought impossible: providing wide access to HIV treatment in poor countries devastated by AIDS.