‘Get me out... I'll be your servant: Syrian girl begs rescuers.

February 8, 2023



(CNN) ⸻ A 7.8-magnitude quake destroys a family's home in Besnaya-Bseineh, Syria. Rescuers tell the children to be strong and not to cry as they try to remove them. The older child whispers: "I'll do anything for you," she tells rescuers. The total number of dead from the quake across the Turkey-Syrian border is now almost 8,000. Aid agencies have warned that the death toll is likely to rise significantly. At least 812 deaths have been confirmed in government-controlled parts of Syria, SANA reports.

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