Death Toll Of 7.5-Magnitude Earthquake Reaches 385 As Survivors In Afghanistan, Pakistan Await Assistance

Associated Press: Afghan quake death toll rises further as survivors await aid
“Afghanistan and Pakistan were scrambling Wednesday to rush aid to survivors of this week’s magnitude-7.5 earthquake as the region’s overall death toll from the temblor rose to 385. … The quake, which struck Monday, was centered in Afghanistan’s sparsely populated Badakhshan province bordering Pakistan, Tajikistan, and China…” (Yousaf/Faiez, 10/28).

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