Criticism over lax construction standards grows 10 days after Turkey and Syria earthquake
More stories have emerged of extraordinary rescues amid the rubble in Turkey and Syria more than a week after the catastrophic earthquake. At the same time, more and more questions are being asked about manmade failures and how they added to a death toll of more than 41,000. Peter Smith of Independent Television News reports from Kahramanmaraş in southern Turkey.
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