After weeks of rescue efforts, the focus of Turkish authorities has shifted toward rehabilitation in the country's 11 provinces devastated by two 7.7 and 7.6 magnitude quakes that have left more than 50,000 dead in Türkiye and neighbouring Syria.
Proteo was one of more than a dozen rescue dogs dispatched by Mexico along with 130 military personnel following the 7.7-magnitude earthquake that killed more than 36,000 people in Türkiye and Syria.
Human rights groups and media outlets have frequently reported on illegal pushbacks and other human rights breaches by Greek authorities.
At least three migrants have died this week as they traversed perilous waters and dangerous railways to Britain from France.
The severe flooding following record rains killed at least 22 and left dozens of others missing in the southern US state of Tennessee, officials say.
At least four people are confirmed dead and dozens are still believed to be buried under the mud and wreckage of Atami, the Japanese town hit by a landslide two days ago.
Official says it will take at least 15 days to rescue miners as debris standing in the way weighs about 70 tonnes. The miners have already spent 12 days buried under the rubble after explosion.
Images from the scene showed the walls on the top four or five storeys of the residential building in the heart of the La Latina neighbourhood had been blown out
Rescue operations have ended in Turkey's Izmir province, where a deadly earthquake killed 117 people.
Five days after a strong earthquake hit Izmir, the hope of rescuing people alive was slowly fading away. Then, little Ayda was found alive after 91 hours. Hope was renewed.
Another 28 people were injured, seven of them seriously, when the building suddenly tumbled on Saturday, according to officials.
Rescue operations are continuing to find more than 600 people who are still missing.
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