In pictures: The earthquakes that shook Turkey and Syria
The earthquake collapsed a dam on the Orontes river near al-Tulul village in Salqin, in Syria's rebel-held Idlib province, flooding the area (here pictured on 9 February - AFP)
An aerial view shows collapsed buildings in Kahramanmaras, Turkey on 9 February (Reuters)
A survivor carries belongings salvaged from his destroyed home in Hatay, Turkey on 9 February (Reuters).
People gather to receive aid in Hatay, Turkey on 8 February (Reuters).
Children sit in a shopping cart on 8 February in Hatay, Turkey, at the site of a building collapsed by the earthquake (Reuters)
People, who were rescued from under the rubble of Monday’s earthquakes receive medical attention in Hatay, Turkey on 8 February (Reuters)
Members of the Syrian civil defence, known as the White Helmets, work at the rubble of a collapsed building late on 7 February (AFP)
Relatives surround a truck carrying bodies of Syrians killed by the earthquakes in Turkey, as the convoy arrives at the border crossing of Bab el-Hawa late on 7 February 7 (AFP)
The intensive care unit of the Iskenderun state hospital in the Turkish city on 7 February: it collapsed following the earthquakes the previous day (AFP).
Syrians mourn before the bodies of a family in Hajji Iskandar, Syria, on 7 February 2023. The victims were killed after their homes collapsed when earthquakes hit the region the previous day (AFP)
A woman is rescued Hatay, Turkey on 7 February after surviving the earthquakes that devastated the country and neighbouring Syria (AFP).
Smoke rises from a fire at the port of Iskenderun, Turkey, on 7 February following devastating earthquakes the previous day (Reuters).
Mesut Hancer holds the hand of his 15-year-old daughter Irmak Kahramanmaras, Turkey on 7 February: she died following the earthquakes that hit the region the day before (AFP).
A man cries in the town of Jandaris, in a rebel-held part of Aleppo province, Syria, on 7 February (AFP)
People shelter next to a bonfire in the rubble in Hatay, Turkey on 6 February after a 7.8-magnitude earthquake struck the country's southeast (AFP).
A survivor guards against the cold in Kahramanmaras, Turkey, early on 7 February after the devastating earthquake hit the country and Syria (AFP).
Rescue teams carry a casualty in Jan-daris in the rebel-held part of Aleppo province, on February 6, 2023 (AFP).
An aerial view of the village of Besnia, near Harim in Syria's rebel-held Idlib province on 6 February, hours after the devastating earthquakes (AFP).
Firefighters carry a victim's body in Diyarbakir, in southeastern Turkey, after a powerful earthquake struck southeast Turkey and northern Syria on Monday 6 February (AP).
People search for survivors through the rubble in Diyarbakir, after a 7.8-magnitude earthquake struck Turkey's southeast on Monday 6 February. The quake is one of Turkey's biggest during the last century. (AFP)
An injured child awaits treatment at the emergency ward of the Bab al-Hawa hospital following an earthquake in the rebel-held northern countryside of Syria's Idlib province on Monday (AFP).
People walk next to a mosque destroyed by an earthquake in Malatya, Turkey on Monday 6 February amid wintry conditions including driving snow (AP).
Damaged vehicles sit parked in front of collapsed buildings following the 7.8-magnitude earthquake in Diyarbakir, southeastern Turkey on Monday (AP).
Residents stand in front of a collapsed building following an earthquake in the town of Jandaris, in the countryside of Syria's northwestern city of Afrin in the rebel-held part of Aleppo province, on Monday 6 February (AFP).
Residents searching for victims and survivors amidst the rubble of collapsed buildings in the environs of Harim town in Syria's Idlib province, north of the country, on the border with Turkey, on Monday 6 February (AFP).
An infant is rescued from a destroyed building in Malatya, Turkey, on Monday 6 February (AP).
People injured during an early morning earthquake receive treatment at a hospital near Syria's Bab al-Hawa crossing to Turkey, on Monday 6 February (AFP).
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