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Residents in southeastern Turkish city reel from earthquakes that killed thousands and caused widespread devastation.
As people wait to see what they’ll be able to reclaim of their lives, their reactions range from anger to understanding.
Al Jazeera speaks to people pulled from the rubble at a hospital in Osmaniye about how they held on for help.
Anger is mounting as earthquake rescuers say they could have saved many more people with better help from the gov’t.
UN General Assembly news from September 20: Annual summit returns in person for the first time in three years.
Games to be played behind closed doors amid heavy security, mostly in stadiums in Kyiv and the west.
Russia-Ukraine news from April 30: Commander says raids on Mariupol steelworks have resumed ahead of broader evacuation.
Ukraine news from April 24: President Zelenskyy says he hopes to secure heavy weapons at talks with senior US officials.