Miracle baby pulled from the wreckage

Rescue workers carry Azra Karaduman, a 2-week-old baby who was pulled from debris on Tuesday following a magnitude-7.2 earthquake that struck Ercis, Turkey, on Oct. 23. The mother of the infant, who was also buried underneath the wreckage, was freed from the rubble after hours of frantic digging. The rescue came 48 hours after the earthquake struck eastern Turkey, leveling more than 900 buildings in the region. (Photo: Adem Altan/AFP/Getty Images)

Rescue workers carry Azra Karaduman, a 2-week-old baby who was pulled from debris on Tuesday following a 7.2 magnitude earthquake that struck Ercis, Turkey on Oct. 23.

Search-and-rescue mission continues
People watch on Oct. 24 as an excavator digs through rubble in Van, Turkey, to recover victims trapped inside a collapsed building destroyed by the quake. The death toll from earthquake continues to rise, with more than 430 people confirmed dead as of Oct. 25. (Photo: Adem Altan/AFP/Getty Images)

People watch as an excavator digs through rubble in an operation to find and recover victims trapped inside a collapsed building destroyed by an earthquake in Van, Turkey, on Oct. 24.

Survivors mourn missing loved ones
Family members of an earthquake victim cry on Oct. 24 as rescue workers try to free people from a building leveled by the quake. Thousands of families whose homes were decimated are now living in tent cities set up by the Turkish government or humanitarian aid organizations. (Photo: Adem Altan/AFP/Getty Images)

Family members of an earthquake victim cry as rescue workers try to free people from a building leveled by the earthquake in Van, Turkey on Oct. 24.

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