According to latest reports, over 2,500 people have been killed and over 5,385 injured in southeast Turkey, with destruction reported in various cities including Adana, Gaziantep, Diyarbakir, Kahramanmarash, Malatya, and Sanliurfa. More than 2,800 houses have collapsed, including high-rise buildings, and a historic fortress in the Gaziantep province has been reported to have collapsed as well. In Syria, the death toll has reached 461 with over 1,300 people injured. The Al Hadath TV channel reported that dozens of people remain trapped under rubble in various provinces including Aleppo, Idlib, Latakia, and Hama. The Margat Crusader castle near Baniyas, as well as the largest oil refinery in Syria, were also damaged.The earthquakes were felt throughout Israel, with no reported casualties or damage. Strong ground vibrations were felt in many parts of Lebanon, including Beirut and the Bekaa Valley, but again, no damage or casualties were reported. Earthquakes were also felt in Baghdad, Abkhazia, Yerevan, Gyumri, Shirak region in Armenia, and Batumi. A 5.4 magnitude earthquake was recorded in the south of Kazakhstan.