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  • 7.2 Earthquake Rattles Turkey

    Rescue workers carry Azra Karaduman, a two-week-old baby who was pulled from a seven-story apartment building that collapsed after a powerful earthquake on Oct. 25, 2011 in Ercis. The mother of the infant was also alive but buried in the wreckage. After hours of frantic digging rescue workers were working to free the mother whose name was given as Semiha. The father was missing, rescuers said.
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  • 7.2 Earthquake Rattles Turkey

    Shortly after the baby was removed, rescuers dove into the rubble and pulled out the baby's 25-year-old mother, who was sent to a nearby hospital. The child's grandmother was extracted next from the crumbled apartment building. Their conditions were unclear.
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  • Turkey Earthquake: Search for Survivors

    Rescuers work to excavate people believed to be trapped under a collapsed building in Ercis, eastern Turkey, late Monday, Oct. 24, 2011. Five people were pulled out alive Monday from the rubble in eastern Turkey after a 7.2-magnitude quake leveled buildings and killed scores of people. Four of them were rescued after one managed to call for help with his cell phone.
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  • 7.2 Earthquake Rattles Turkey

    A man rests as another looks on as rescuers search for survivors in the debris of collapsed buildings in Ercis, eastern Turkey, Oct. 24, 2011. Distraught Turkish families mourned outside a mosque or sought to identify loved ones among rows of bodies Monday as rescue workers scoured debris for survivors. The death toll has now risen to 366, with 1,301 people injured, officials said Oct. 25, 2011.
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  • Turkey Earthquake

    People try to save people trapped under debris in Tabanli village near the city of Van after a powerful earthquake struck eastern Turkey Sunday Oct. 23, 2011, collapsing some buildings and causing a number of deaths, an official said.
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  • Turkey Earthquake

    People rescue a woman trapped under debris in eastern Turkey. About 45 buildings collapsed in Van province, according to the deputy Turkish prime minister.
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  • Turkey Earthquake

    A man carries an injured child in the city of Van after a powerful earthquake struck the region, an official said.
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  • Turkey Earthquake

    Shocked people seen in the city center of Van after a powerful earthquake struck Turkey.
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  • Turkey Earthquake

    People try to save people trapped under debris in Tabanli village near the city of Van.
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  • Turkey Earthquake

    People rescue a woman trapped under debris in Van province.
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