Two Survivors Pulled From Rubble 5 Days After Nepal Quake

USAT rescue

The airport in the capital is no longer filled with a surge of visitors desperate to leave, but instead with large pallets arriving with medicine, food, blankets, tents and other supplies.

Turkish doctors Mustafa Yazilioglu and Muzaffer Akkoca, dressed in bright red uniforms, waited patiently Thursday on hard blue plastic chairs in a deserted wing of the airport to pick up 10 tons of medical supplies — dozens of pallets sent from the Turkish government.

Read more at USA Today.

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