At least 22 people have been killed and more than 1,000 injured after a powerful earthquake hit eastern Turkey on Friday.
The magnitude-6.8 quake, which occurred in the town of Sivrice in Elazig province, caused buildings to collapse and sent residents rushing into the street.
The quake struck at about 20:55 local time (17:55 GMT).
The earthquake was so powerful that tremors were also felt in neighbouring Syria, Lebanon and Iran.
More than 200 aftershocks were recorded in the immediate aftermath.
Turkey’s Disaster and Emergency Management Authority (Afad) said more than 400 rescue teams were heading towards the region, along with beds and tents for those displaced. It warned people not to return to damaged buildings in case of aftershocks.
Afad said that 18 people had died in Elazig province, while the official count in Malatya is four. The governor of Malatya, however, earlier said that six people had died there.
A total of 39 people have been pulled from the wreckage, with more than 20 feared to remain trapped, rescuers have said.
One woman was seen pulled from under the rubble about 13 hours after the quake, officials said. She was saved after calling her relatives from her mobile phone and telling them where she was trapped.
But a 12-year-old boy rescued from the wreckage later died in hospital.
Officials have sent beds, tents and blankets to the area, where overnight temperatures regularly fall below zero. In its advisory on Saturday morning, the emergency authority said the temperature had fallen to -8C.
The Turkish Red Crescent has also dispatched hundreds of personnel with emergency supplies, it said.
Sivrice, a town of about 4,000 people, is a popular tourist spot on the shore of Hazar lake, the source of the river Tigris.