As earthquake fatalities reach 15,000, Turkey's president acknowledges "shortcomings."

The disaster's expansive scope, which destroyed thousands of structures and trapped an undetermined number of people.

Foraging for food and shelter has been left up to the survivors.

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The death toll is still rising three days after the 7.8 magnitude earthquake, which is already one of the deadliest this century.

Officials and medical personnel reported that 12,391 people have died in Turkey and at least 2,992 in Syria as a result of Monday's 7.8-magnitude earthquake.

The overall death toll to 15,383; analysts worry the number will continue to dramatically increase.

Hospitals had already been devastated, the economy had already collapsed, electricity, fuel, and water shortages.

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Over 17,000 people were killed by a 7.4 earthquake in 1999.