Rescuers are now working a week after the major quake, as the search for survivors still trapped in rubble goes on.
In the southern Gaziantep province, a woman was pulled alive from a collapsed building some 170 hours after the first of two major tremors struck the region.
The deadliest earthquake in Turkey since 1939 has killed 29,605 people across the nation, while more than 4,300 people were reported dead and 7,600 injured in northwest Syria as of Sunday, a UN agency said.
As the rescue efforts continue, officials in Turkey have issued 113 arrest warrants in connection with the construction of buildings that collapsed in the disaster.
At least 12 people have been taken into custody since Monday, including building contractors, and more arrests are expected as the focus turns to who is to blame for the tragedy.
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