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Rescue workers pull out a man from the rubble of a collapsed hotel in Van, eastern Turkey, early Thursday, Nov. 10, 2011. Rescuers have pulled out 24 survivors from the rubble of three buildings, collapsed by an earthquake in Van, the country's disaster management authority said Thursday. At least seven were killed and dozens of others trapped. The magnitude-5.7 quake was a grim replay of the previous magnitude-7.2 earthquake that hit Oct. 23, killing more than 600 people. (AP Photo )

Second earthquake rocks Turkey

A 5.7-magnitude earthquake caused a six-story hotel and other buildings to collapse in eastern Turkey on Nov. 9, trapping people inside, according to media reports, two weeks after a strong temblor in the region killed around 600 people. (AP)