Rescue operations continue in Turkey, Syria as hope of finding earthquake survivors fades
The death toll from the catastrophic earthquake in Turkey and Syria has risen to nearly 21,000 with no end in sight. Aid is slowly starting to trickle in, but for many, it is too little, too late. Special correspondent Jane Ferguson reports from Antakya, the capital of Hatay Province in Turkey.
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