The situation in eastern Turkey following Sunday’s 7.2-magnitude earthquake is grim. At least 534 people are dead, another 2,300 are injured, and more than 2,200 buildings came crumbling down.
At times like these, you can only cling to the positives.
On Tuesday morning, the devastated city of Ercis found an incredible reason to cheer: Rescue workers pulled a 14-day-old baby from the rubble, 47 hours after the deadly earthquake.
The baby’s name is Azra Karaduman, and initial reports suggest her parents and grandmother are still trapped in the rubble but are still alive. More as it comes…