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5-year-old girl rescued from rubble after Turkey apartment collapse

SBS Thursday, 7 February 2019
5-year-old girl rescued from rubble after Turkey apartment collapseThe death toll from the collapse of an Istanbul apartment block rose to 10 on Thursday as more bodies were pulled from the rubble. But rescuers also found survivors, including a 5-year-old girl.
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News video: Death Toll Rises In Istanbul Building Collapse

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According to CNN, the number of people confirmed dead after a multistory residential building collapsed in Istanbul has climbed to 16. Rescuers continue to comb through the wreckage of the building in an eastern suburb of Istanbul, Turkey's biggest city, more than two days after it fell down. Hopes...

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