Multiple countries around the world have promised to send humanitarian aid to Turkey and Syria after an earthquake hit both countries.
The European Union has mobilised search and rescue teams, along with their Copernicus satellite system to help Turkey, with at least 19 member countries offering assistance.
The United Kingdom has pledged to send 76 search and rescue specialists, four search dogs, and rescue equipment.
The US is coordinating immediate assistance to Turkey, including teams to support search and rescue efforts.
China has also promised an immediate emergency aid package of 40 million yuan (£4.9 million) to Turkey.
The Sky News reports that there has been a divide in the offers for Turkey and Syria.
While Turkey received a lot of promised aid, fragile control of territory and condemnation of Syria's ruling regime is making it difficult to send aid to the country.
Meanwhile, The Times newspaper reports that the UK will increase its funding for the White Helmets, a civil defence organisation in Syria, to help it handle the aftermath of the earthquake.
The European Union's Copernicus satellite system has been activated to provide emergency mapping services, assisting in the search and rescue.
The United Kingdom, the United States, and China have also sent search and rescue teams and specialists to Turkey.
James Cleverly, the UK's foreign secretary, stated, "We stand ready to provide further support as needed.
" The aid provided thus far has come from a variety of sources, but it is clear that countries are making an effort to support Turkey and Syria during this difficult time.