“Show me your hand, we will save you. Hold on my son” – Videos from Turkey and Syria that bend even the toughest

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“Show me your hand, we will save you. Hold on, son. Are you okay, yes? Hold on, son. We’ll get to you.” The images to come through the wreckage in Turkey and Syria they shock.

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AlJazeera presents videos of a woman recording herself while trapped in the rubble and a father calling his son. Images that reveal the desperation of those waiting to be saved in the two countries.

The images from the rescue of a little girl are also touching…

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The videos document the human tragedies in Turkey and Syria…

A chilling story is also the one recorded in Aleppo, Syria, a country that was also severely affected by the earthquake in Turkey, with a pregnant woman being trapped under the debris of the building she lived in.

As a Twitter user reported by publishing the related videos, the woman, whose identity has not yet been revealed, gave birth while trapped in the debris. The newborn was located and retrieved alive proving the power of life over death, but unfortunately not his mother, who succumbed to her injuries.

They are shocking too the images from the rescue of a 24-year-old woman after 27 hours in the wreckage

Syria: At least 1,602 dead so far

At least 1,602 people have died and thousands have been injured in Syria after deadly earthquakes and aftershocks struck neighboring Turkey, Syrian authorities and rescuers working in rebel-held areas said today.

Syrian state news agency SANA reported that at least 812 people have been killed and 1,449 injured in the government-held provinces of Aleppo, Lattakia, Hama, Idlib and Tartus.

At the same time, the number of dead and 2,200 wounded in the areas under the control of the rebels in northwestern Syria rose to more than 790, according to the White Helmets, the rescue teams operating there.

The number of dead in these areas is expected to increase “dramatically”, again according to the rescuers.

Turkey: New 5.7-magnitude earthquake hits eastern regions

A magnitude 5.7 earthquake hit eastern Turkey today, the Euro-Mediterranean Seismological Center (EMSC) announced.

The focal depth of the earthquake was 46 kilometers, EMSC added.

Source: News Beast

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