- The death toll from the Turkey-Syria earthquakes has crossed 41,000.
- Turkish authorities say 35,418 people have been killed in the country. The Syrian government and the UN say more than 5,800 people died in Syria.
- Yet rescuers are also continuing to find survivors: At least two women were saved in Kahramanmaras, Turkey, more than 220 hours after the first earthquake.
- Aid is trickling into northwestern Syria, nine days after the quakes, with a UN convoy carrying humanitarian assistance passing through the Bab al-Salam crossing from Turkey.
- The WHO is describing the earthquakes in Turkey as the worst natural disaster in a century in what it characterises as its Europe region.
- The UN is appealing for $397m in aid to help five million Syrian survivors with shelter, healthcare and food.