The powerful February 6 quakes in the country's southern region injured 107,204 people, says the head of the Turkish disaster management authority.
Turkish Interior Minister Suleyman Soylu says 45,968 people, including 4,267 Syrian refugees in the country, have lost their lives in the February 6 quakes that devastated parts of Türkiye and neighbouring Syria.
Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus President Ersin Tatar wishes a speedy recovery for all of the earthquake survivors during his visit to Türkiye's earthquake zone.
Real Madrid top player says all proceeds from the sale of his No. 10 jersey, worn in the 2022 World Cup opener against Morocco, will go to the victims of the February 6 disaster.
Ziya Soner Tugtekin, 60, who was pulled alive 56 hours after quakes says he rejected rescuers' request that he throw away his partially-smoked cigarette "because I came to life with a cigarette."
New buildings "will not be higher than three to four floors" and will be planned according to local culture and customs, says Turkish Urbanisation Minister Murat Kurum.
Relatives of Neslihan Kilic, 42, say they had lost hopes of seeing her alive again and urged rescuers to abandon mission due to fears remaining corpses would get damaged until her voice was heard from the ruins of Kahramanmaras province building.
Sharif is expected to hold a meeting with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to express Pakistan's "solidarity and support" with Türkiye before heading to the epicentre of the devastation in the country's southeast.
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Search-and-rescue mission formally called off as emergency teams recover bodies of a 75-year-old woman and another person from the rubble in eastern Elazig province, officials say.
The Turkish Disaster and Emergency Management Presidency (AFAD) said over 1,600 people were injured and 45 people had been pulled from the rubble so far.
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