The death toll after a high intensity earthquake hit Syria and Turkey has climbed to 4,372.
The powerful magnitude 7.8 earthquake rocked the two countries on Monday, according to international media.
At least 2,921 people in Turkey have died as of Tuesday morning according to Turkey’s head of disaster services, Yunus Sezer.
The number of those injured has reached 15,834, Sezer said.
In Syria, 1,451 deaths have been reported as 3,531 people sustain injuries.
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