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Important VIDEOs/PhOtOs -Deadly 7.5 Earthquake Hits Asia.

At Least 150 People are Killed and Hundreds More Injured After Southern Asia is Rocked by Powerful 7.5-Magnitude Earthquake

  • Quake struck the Hindu Kush mountain range in northeastern Afghanistan
  • Shocks felt in India and Pakistan, sending people running from buildings
  • Twelve girls killed in a stampede while trying to escape from their school
  • Epicentre is close to site of a 7.6-magnitude earthquake that killed 75,000 people and displaced 3.5 million more in October 2005
Daily Mail UK, 26 October 2015






A Pakistani boy stands on the rubble of houses after an earthquake in Kohat on October 26, 2015 İBasit Shah (AFP)







Map of Afghanistan locating epicentre of Monday's earthquake İM. Zaba / G. Handyside (AFP)



A powerful earthquake in northern Afghanistan shook buildings from Kabul to Delhi, cut power and communications and caused more than 150 deaths.
Pakistani officials said that at least 147 people were killed and nearly 600 others wounded across the country, while Afghan officials said 33 people were killed and more than 200 wounded.
The tremor rocked Afghanistan's Hindu Kush region earlier today and was felt throughout much of South Asia.

The US Geological Survey put the epicentre near Jurm in northeast Afghanistan, 250 kilometres (160 miles) from the capital Kabul and at a depth of 213.5 km.



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A landslide in Pakistan's northern Hunza valley triggered by the earthquake on October 26, 2015 İAmin Saif (AFP)






A paramedic treats a woman injured in an earthquake at a hospital in Peshawar, Pakistan





Pakistani paramedics treat a man injured in an earthquake at a hospital in Peshawar on October 26, 2015 İA Majeed (AFP)






An injured girl is treated at a hospital in Peshawar, Pakistan, after an earthquake struck on October 26, 2015 İA Majeed (AFP)






Pakistani residents search under the rubble of a house after the earthquake hit Lower Dir on October 26, 2015 İEhsan Ullah (AFP)



The epicentre is close to the site of a 7.6-magnitude earthquake in October 2005 which killed more than 75,000 people, displacing some 3.5 million more.


Rescue official Latifir Rehman says 21 people were killed and 200 were injured in various parts of the northwestern Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province.
Another official, Fiaz Khan, says at least 8 people were killed and 70 injured in the Bajur tribal region bordering Afghanistan.

In Afghanistan's Takhar province, west of Badakahshan, at least 12 students at a girl's school were killed in a stampede as they tried to get out of the shaking buildings, a local official said.
Monday's quake, which lasted at least one minute, shook buildings in Kabul, Islamabad and New Delhi and sent people rushing into the streets.





Monday's quake, which lasted at least one minute, shook buildings in Kabul, Islamabad and New Delhi and sent people rushing into the streets






Arbab Muhammad Asim, district mayor for Pakistan's northwestern city of Peshawar, said at least one woman had been killed and more than 100 people injured, adding: 'Many houses and buildings have collapsed in the city.'



Dr Muhammad Sadiq, the head of emergency services at a government hospital in Peshawar, confirmed the number of injuries.
'Many more injured are still coming to hospital. Many are still under rubble,' Sadiq told AFP news agency.
Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has asked authorities to utilise all resources to help any victims of the earthquake.

Afghanistan's CEO Abdullah Abdullah said reports of damage and injuries were coming in from Afghanistan's northeast.
'Disasters authorities to meet within the hour and respond to the needs,' he tweeted.
Traffic came to a stop in downtown Kabul, with people getting out of their cars as they waited for the quake to pass.

As buildings shook throughout north India, hundreds of people poured onto the streets from office blocks, hospitals and and homes, AFP reporters and TV footage showed.





Rocked the region: The US Geological Survey put the epicentre near Jurm in northeast Afghanistan, 250 kilometres (160 miles) from the capital Kabul and at a depth of 213.5km


State-run Pakistani television says at least one person died when the roof of a home collapsed.
It says the roof caved in Monday in the eastern city of Kasur and said other homes collapsed in northern Pakistan, without providing further details.
Delhi's metro ground to a halt during the tremor although the airport continued operating.





The epicentre is close to the site of a 7.6-magnitude quake in October 2005 which killed around 75,000 people


'All of around 190 trains plying on the tracks were stopped at the time of the earthquake. The lines and the trains are now being restored after basic inspection of respective lines,' Anuj Dayal, Delhi Metro spokesman told AFP.

Cell phone networks were down in the Kashmir region where panicked residents also evacuated buildings and school children were seen huddling together outside their school in the main city of Srinagar.
'Some bridges and buldings got damaged. There are no reports of loss of life so far. Cell phone networks are down, we are using our wireless network to gather information,' inspector general of police for the Kashmir region, Javid Gillani, told AFP from the police control room.
Many buildings were badly damaged during massive floods a year ago, heightening the danger that they would have collapsed during the quake.




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