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Erdogan Visits Quake Area as Death Toll Passes 11,600 in Turkey and Syria

  • Shortages of trucks and fuel were slowing some rescue efforts. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey visited the area near the epicenter.
  • Crews have rescued more than 8,000 people in Turkey alone. But the chances of finding people still alive are dropping quickly.

 

  1. Jindires, Syria
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  2. Iskenderun, Turkey
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  3. Near Antakya, Turkey
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  4. Kahramanmaras, Turkey
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  5. Iskenderun, Turkey
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  6. Harim, Syria
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  7. Kahramanmaras, Turkey
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  8. Kahramanmaras, Turkey
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  9. Kahramanmaras, Turkey
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  10. Adana, Turkey
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Biden Challenges Republicans to Help Him ‘Finish the Job’ on the Economy

In his first State of the Union speech with a divided government, President Biden celebrated economic gains and appealed for bipartisan unity.

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  1. Economy
  2. Law Enforcement
  3. China
  4. Roe v. Wade
  5. Deficit
  6. Health Care
  7. Infrastructure
  8. Immigration
  9. GOP Response

Here are seven takeaways from President Biden’s State of the Union address.

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‘Freedom Will Win,’ Zelensky Vows in Surprise Visit to Britain

President Volodymyr Zelensky of Ukraine addressed Britain’s Parliament during a visit to a key ally in his war effort.

 

In Rural Ukraine, Medicine and Hope Roll In on a Truck

A mobile clinic is trying to restore medical services to villages once occupied by Russian forces as fighting rages nearby.

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