Rescuers face increasingly long odds as death toll soars in Turkey and Syria
The death toll from last week’s earthquakes in Turkey and Syria is now above 33,000, as rescue teams recover more and more bodies from beneath the rubble. Officials say the number of dead will very likely grow much higher. As special correspondent Jane Ferguon reports, frustration at the pace of rescue operations is also growing.
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