Earthquake: Death toll surpasses 21,000 as Families of 263 children rescued cannot be reached

 Secondary disaster looms More than 21,000 people have been killed and tens of thousands injured after a magnitude 7.8 earthquake struck Turkey and Syria on Monday, officials said. Rescue workers are racing against time to pull survivors from the rubble of collapsed buildings. Some heart-warming successes were seen in Turkey, but an aid group said hope is fading in northwest Syria. Survivors, many of whom are homeless, could face "a secondary disaster" as cold and snow lead to "worsening and horrific conditions," the World Health Organization said Thursday. Meanwhile, the families of 263 children who were pulled out of the

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