The death toll in Turkey and Syria from Monday’s powerful earthquake climbed over 28,000 Saturday night. Many of the dead were found under the rubble of collapsed buildings, and officials in Turkey are detaining building contractors they blame for shoddy construction. Special correspondent Jane Ferguson reports from near the Turkish-Syrian border, where the most intense shaking was felt.
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