Hello, I'm Neil Nunes with the BBC News.
Rescue workers in southern Turkey and northern Syria are working through the night to find survivors of two powerful earthquakes, which are now known to have killed more than 3,800 people.
Many residents are spending the night in the open after their houses were destroyed.
In Turkey alone, nearly 5,000 buildings have been flattened.
This man traveled from the capital Ankara to help with the rescue efforts.
We heard voices. Our children are in there, but what can we do?
The building is already partially collapsed. We risked our lives, but there's nothing to do.
What can you do when you hear sounds of life?
There are no emergency workers, no soldiers, nobody.
Leaders from around the world have responded with offers of help to Turkey, but the closure of airports makes getting aid into the area more challenging.
The White House said President Biden called his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan and told him that the US was ready to provide any assistance.
Many other countries are sending experts to Turkey, but sanctions and years of isolation present obstacles to helping Syria.
Here's our chief international correspondent.
Getting aid into northern Syria is such a huge obstacle course.
There is only one crossing, one lifeline which runs from Turkey that is absolutely choked with traffic.
Google says it's launching its own artificial intelligence powered Chatbot to rival ChatGPT which mimics human writing on demand.
The Microsoft owned ChatGPT has taken the tech world by storm since it was launched 2 months ago with more than a million people trying it within days of its launch.
Artificial intelligence Chatbots are designed to answer questions and find information using the internet.
The authorities in Peru have said that more than 30 people have died in landslides that hit a small town in the southern province of Arequipa.
Video footage posted in local media show dozens of houses being destroyed by a thick layer of modern rocks that descended from surrounding slopes.
Haiti's prime Minister Ariel Henry has installed a transition council to prepare for national elections which have been postponed several times because of political turmoil and insecurity.
Mr. Henry said the ceremony marked the beginning of the end of dysfunction in the country's democratic institutions.
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