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Earthquake kills 3,000 in South Asia

Updated: 2005-10-09 06:30

Earthquake kills 3,000 in South Asia
Pakistani paramilitary soldiers work at a collapsed building following an earthquake in Islamabad October 8, 2005. A major earthquake shook cities and villages across the south Asian subcontinent on Saturday, killing more than 3,000 people across a mountainous swath touching Pakistan, India and Afghanistan. [Reuters]


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