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Rescue Efforts Continue After Turkey Earthquake

Rescue workers are racing against time to find the hundreds of people believed to be trapped under the rubble of buildings that fell after Sunday's powerful 7.2 magnitude earthquake.

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A two-week old baby girl, rescued from a building that collapsed during an earthquake, is carried in an incubator in a hospital in Ercis, near the eastern Turkish city of Van, in this still image taken from video footage, October 25, 2011. (Reuters)
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A two-week old baby girl, rescued from a building that collapsed during an earthquake, is carried in an incubator in a hospital in Ercis, near the eastern Turkish city of Van, in this still image taken from video footage, October 25, 2011. (Reuters)

Today born baby Gurbet sleeps next to his mother Fezile Sonmez, 21, in a tent at an improvised maternity ward outside a canteen in Van, October 25, 2011. (Reuters)
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Today born baby Gurbet sleeps next to his mother Fezile Sonmez, 21, in a tent at an improvised maternity ward outside a canteen in Van, October 25, 2011. (Reuters)

A rescue team carries a generator as they search for survivors under a collapsed building in Ercis, near the eastern Turkish city of Van, October 25, 2011. (Reuters)
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A rescue team carries a generator as they search for survivors under a collapsed building in Ercis, near the eastern Turkish city of Van, October 25, 2011. (Reuters)

A rescue worker carries a boy to an ambulance after his team found him alive in a collapsed building in Ercis, near the eastern Turkish city of Van, October 24, 2011. (Reuters)
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A rescue worker carries a boy to an ambulance after his team found him alive in a collapsed building in Ercis, near the eastern Turkish city of Van, October 24, 2011. (Reuters)

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