26-year-old Viktor Holczer, a Hungarian IT expert and rescue volunteer, says the task of getting to the survivor under a collapsed apartment in the town of Kahramanmaras seemed almost impossible.
Rescue teams save more quake survivors in Türkiye in miraculous rescues a week after the devastating earthquakes.
Messages of support for the quake victims of both countries have been pouring in from around the world of sport as death toll climbs and aid flows into affected regions.
The support includes search and rescue teams with dogs, emergency personnel as well as supplies.
Malaysian and Indian authorities have deployed search and rescue teams to work in southern Türkiye where more than 13 million people were directly affected by two strong earthquakes.
Rescuers said more than 200 vehicles had slammed into each other amid heavy fog on a bridge in the city of Zhengzhou, local media reported.
More than 34,000 asylum seekers and migrants have landed in Italy since the start of the year, up from some 25,500 in the same period last year.
landslide in India’s Himachal Pradesh state’s Kinnaur district has killed at least eight people. Thirteen people have been rescued so far from a bus, a truck and two cars that were hit by mud and rocks.
While the US, Australia, France and Germany are offering to help, Singapore and Malaysia have already dispatched rescue ships to support the search for the KRI Nanggala 402 vessel that went missing during live torpedo exercises.
The death toll from the Izmir earthquake has risen to 112 with 137 people getting treatment in the hospitals.
At least 20 people have died with many still buried under the debris of a three-storey building that collapsed in Bhiwandi town in the outskirts of Mumbai.
Turkey has been one of the main routes for asylum seekers wanting to reach Europe, especially since Syria’s civil war started in 2011.
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