Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says he has phone calls with 19 leaders after devastating earthquakes struck southern provinces of Türkiye.
An Italian seismologist says earthquakes activated a new fault line on the border between Türkiye and Syria.
The satirical magazine is known for its racist cartoons and caricatures, which have been globally condemned, and has sparked a debate about free speech and the right to offend.
Critical UN aid from Türkiye to northwest Syria is temporarily halted due to damage to roads by deadly earthquakes and it is unclear when it will resume, a UN spokesperson says.
Search and rescue efforts continue in Türkiye and Syria after a devastating 7.7 magnitude earthquake left behind a massive trail of death and destruction.
Christian Atsu joined Turkish Super Lig side Hatayspor in September, based in the southern province of Hatay near the epicentre of Monday's massive quakes.
The boy, who survived a magnitude 5.9 earthquake in the northwestern Duzce province in November last year, moved the Red Crescent employees to tears with the letter he wrote for the earthquake survivors.
Türkiye is facing one of the biggest disasters not only in its history but also in the world, Turkish President Erdogan says.
International support and expression of solidarity poured in on Ankara following a destructive earthquake that hit Türkiye early on Monday.
Retaliation came after the terrorists carried out a multi-barrel rocket attack from Tel Rifaat in Syria to the Turkish border post area in southern Kilis province.
Two separate earthquakes struck Türkiye, devastating wide swaths of the country's Anatolian region and neighbouring Syria while leaving thousands of people dead and injured.
A powerful earthquake struck Türkiye's southern provinces and neighbouring Syria, leaving at least 2,379 people dead within Turkish borders and killing at least 1,444 people in war-torn Syria.
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