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A family identifies a body retrieved from the rubble in Antakya, Turkey


A family identifies a body retrieved from the rubble by rescue workers in Antakya, Turkey, then walk away from it, visibly emotional. The death toll from the powerful earthquake ten days ago in Turkey and Syria is now over 40,000, according to the latest estimates. IMAGES

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