Turkish child's dramatic earthquake survival

Girl who was four weeks old when pulled out of rubble a year ago now making good progress.

    Turkey is marking the first anniversary of an earthquake that killed more than 600 people.

    Many people died under collapsed buildings when the quake hit the east of the country, but there were some dramatic tales of survival.

    Adam Haynes reports.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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