After the Turkey earthquake kills thousands rescuers work through the night.
The moment magnitude scale is used to measure them.
In most cases, a tremor of 2.5 or less cannot be felt, but it can be picked up by instruments. Up to five quakes can be felt, and they can inflict only moderate harm.
Turkish rescuers and doctors will be sent from South Korea.
The most recent nation to support Turkey is South Korea.
President Yoon Suk-yeol gave the order to dispatch rescuers and emergency medical supplies to the nation on Tuesday morning.
According to a statement, Yoon “directed associated government agencies… to come up with further support measures in case Turkey needs them.
Syrians seek asylum in a convent
Syrians gathered to a convent in Aleppo to spend the night as they anticipated additional shocks in the wake of Monday’s tragic earthquake.
One woman claimed that the monastery had been her last refuge because it was in a rural area without.
While people trapped in the rubble scream for help, freezing temperatures, snow, and rain have slowed down search operations for survivors throughout the night in Turkey.
One guy in the southern Turkish province of Hatay sobbed in the rain as he told Reuters about the agonising wait for help.
Deniz, who occasionally wrung his hands in frustration, added, “They’re making noises but nobody is coming.
“We’re heartbroken. My God… They are shouting. They are pleading with us to “rescue us,” yet we are powerless to do it. Since the morning, nobody has been present.
The White Helmets, a rescue organisation operating in rebel-held area in Syria, said they were in “a race against time to save the lives of those under the rubble,” according to Raed al-Saleh.
Even though it is getting dark in Turkey and Syria, a big search and rescue operation.