A four-year-old girl, Ayda Gezgin, is being pulled out from the rubble.
Niloufar Saleem, Gulf Today
A powerful earthquake, which hit western Turkey, in the Bayrakli district in Izmir, has left many injured and over a hundred killed.
The 7.0-magnitude earthquake caused a lot of destruction and building collapses, which in turn had a lot of people stuck in the rubble.
Amidst the pain and suffering of the people of Turkey due to the earthquake, a sigh of relief was the rescue of three-year-old Ayda Gezgin.
Ayda Gezgin was pulled from the rubble of a collapsed building after being stuck there for over 91 hours.
"We have witnessed a miracle in the 91st hour," Izmir mayor Tunc Soyer tweeted.
"Rescue teams pulled out four-year-old Ayda alive. Along with the great pain we have experienced, we have this joy as well."
After being trapped in the debris of a building in Izmir for almost 18 hours, a mother and three of her children were pulled to safety. A teenager and her dog were also saved.
Syrian toddler Raghad Ismail was rushed to safety from the rubble of her home after it collapsed in a huge earthquake that has wreaked devastation in Syria and Turkey. But most of her family, including her mother, did not make it out alive.
There would have been no war, no mass deaths, no massive destruction, no exodus of Syrians into neighbouring countries, including Turkey.
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