With chances of finding survivors growing more remote, the toll in both countries rose above 33,000 and looks set to keep growing.
As rescue rescue efforts enter fourth night, the death toll is certain to rise further.
The current death toll has already surpassed the more than 17,000 people killed in 1999 when a similarly powerful quake hit Turkey’s more densely populated northwest.
The quake has wiped out entire sections of major Turkish cities in a region filled with millions who have fled the civil war in Syria.
Since its defeat on the battlefield nearly three years ago, the terrorist group has been waging attacks in Iraq and Syria.
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