STORY: The death toll from the massive earthquakes that have devastated Turkey and Syria is continuing to rise, with thousands killed and thousands more injured, in what Turkey's government says is the worst such disaster to hit that country in decades.
And dozens of countries and international organizations are scrambling to rush in aid.
Complicating efforts: Inclement weather in some areas, like this snow in Turkey. These children survived but so many others have not.
This rescue worker in Turkey is desperately trying to find a buried survivor. He's yelling, "what color are you wearing? Are you wearing pink?" He says "take care" because he can't see anything else.
Turkey's government says dozens of countries have already pledged assistance.
International support includes Germany donating supplies, tents, and generators. The EU is lending satellite imaging.
Civil defense or search and rescue teams, some including dogs, are coming from places such as the U.S., UK, Spain, Iraq, Pakistan, India, Taiwan, and Russia.
Even war-torn Ukraine has said it's ready to send support to Turkey, its ally.
Temperatures are expected to remain near freezing in some parts, and Syria has already been devastated by 11 years of civil war, making a desperate race that much more desperate.