Rescuers in Turkey and Syria continue to search for survivors after the region was hit on Monday by a 7.8 magnitude earthquake and powerful aftershocks.
They cut a swathe of destruction that stretched hundreds of kilometres across the two countries.
But 43 hours after the quake struck, a three-year-old boy was rescued from under the rubble of an apartment building in Kahramanmaras, one of the badly affected Turkish cities.
Arif Kaan was transferred to a hospital with his father who was saved earlier from under the rubble.
An eight-year-old boy from the same town was rescued after being trapped for 32 hours.
The death toll across both countries has climbed above 11,000 and was expected to rise further.
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