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Earthquake in Turkey-Syria: A newborn infant is rescued from a fallen building

On Thursday, a team of rescue workers in Turkey-Syria rescued a newborn infant from a fallen building after an earthquake struck the region. The baby, believed to be just a few days old, was pulled from the rubble of a collapsed building after a magnitude 6.8 earthquake shook the region on Monday.

The baby was found alive and was immediately taken to a nearby hospital for medical evaluation. The rescue workers said that the baby was miraculously unharmed from the earthquake and was in stable condition.

The rescue of the newborn infant has been hailed as a success story and a symbol of hope in the midst of the devastation caused by the earthquake. Although hundreds of people have been reported dead and thousands more injured, the infant’s rescue has been seen as a beacon of light during a difficult time.

The rescue workers have been praised for their bravery and dedication in the difficult task of rescuing the infant. The rescue workers worked tirelessly to locate and free the infant from the rubble, and they ultimately succeeded in their mission. The infant’s rescue is an uplifting story in the midst of the tragedy that continues to unfold in the region.