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Earthquake in Pakistan, India and Afghanistan

Monday, October 10, 2005 Posted: 11:40 AM JST

A large earthquake hit Pakistan, India and Afghanistan last Saturday. Media report that more than 20,000 people have been killed. We send our sincerest sympathies and wish the survivors much strength. Donate at your local Red Cross office!

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1 | At 06:57pm on Oct 17 2005, Hafiz Maaz wrote:
hallo , We are all of Pakistani and country community together wiht those people thos are suffering by the EarthQuake and injured In this Major Sorrow.When I looked at the pictures of childeren those are died then my tears become my eyes .This is a long disaster for Pakistan's and world community.
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