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Aftershock Hits Pakistan As Aid Pours In

An aftershock jolted parts of Pakistan on Thursday, panicking hungry, homeless survivors of last weekend’s devastating earthquake and forcing rescuers to suspend efforts to save a trapped woman, who died overnight. The 5.6-magnitude aftershock was centered 85 miles north of Islamabad, near the epicenter of Saturday’s 7.6-magnitude quake that demolished whole towns, mostly in the Himalayan region of Kashmir. The quake Thursday shook buildings, but there was no significant damage in an already demolished region. Full Story

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