Child, baby found alive a week after Turkey earthquake | USA TODAY

Crews successfully rescued people stuck under the rubble after more than 135 hours after the deadly earthquake hit Turkey.

RELATED: Baby born in earthquake among survivors in Syria, Turkey | USA TODAY

The United Nations' top aid official on Sunday said aid efforts have "failed the people in north-west Syria," where more than 12 years of civil war have resulted in a complex political situation.

"They rightly feel abandoned," Martin Griffiths wrote on Twitter from the Turkey-Syria border. "Looking for international help that hasn’t arrived."

Magnitude 7.8 and 7.5 earthquakes struck southern Turkey and northern Syria on Monday, toppling thousands of buildings and injuring tens of thousands of people.

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