October is turning out to be the cruellest month in Pakistan. A decade ago, a 7.6-magnitude earthquake centred in Azad Kashmir killed more than 75,000 people and displaced some 3.5 million more.
Over 200 killed in Pakistan as 7.5-magnitude earthquake strikes
On Monday, Pakistan relived the horror when a major earthquake centred in the Hindu Kush – the 800km mountain range that stretches between central Afghanistan and northern Pakistan – killed more than 200 people in the two countries and injured hundreds of others, sending shockwaves as far as New Delhi.
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