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Latest International response to the 2005 Kashmir earthquake Stories

2005-10-21 11:50:30

By David Brunnstrom MUZAFFARABAD, Pakistan (Reuters) - NATO said on Friday it would send up to 1,000 troops to help hundreds of thousands of earthquake survivors who have been waiting for two weeks for help in the rugged mountains of northern Pakistan. But it rebuffed a U.N.

2005-10-21 11:24:44

By David Brunnstrom MUZAFFARABAD, Pakistan (Reuters) - NATO said on Friday it would send up to 1,000 troops to help hundreds of thousands of earthquake survivors who have been waiting for two weeks for help in the rugged mountains of northern Pakistan. But it rebuffed a U.N.

2005-10-21 09:49:04

By David Brunnstrom MUZAFFARABAD, Pakistan (Reuters) - NATO said on Friday it may send up to 1,000 troops to help hundreds of thousands of earthquake survivors who have been waiting for two weeks for help in the rugged mountains of northern Pakistan. But it appeared to reject a U.N.

2005-10-21 07:35:55

By David Brunnstrom MUZAFFARABAD, Pakistan (Reuters) - Alarm mounted across the world on Friday for hundreds of thousands of Pakistan earthquake survivors who have been awaiting help for two weeks and now face the prospect of a freezing winter without shelter.

2005-10-17 18:50:38

By David Brunnstrom MUZAFFARABAD, Pakistan (Reuters) - Troops struggled on Tuesday to send mules laden with relief supplies into remote valleys where tens of thousands of villagers have been cut off since an earthquake rocked northern Pakistan 10 days ago.

2005-10-16 02:32:28

By Robert Birsel MUZAFFARABAD, Pakistan (Reuters) - Steady rain heaped more misery on the survivors of the Kashmir earthquake on Sunday as the more than one million made homeless spent another night exposed to the elements with only makeshift tents as shelter.

2005-10-15 11:43:08

By David Fox MUZAFFARABAD, Pakistan (Reuters) - Pakistan raised the death toll from the Kashmir earthquake to 38,000 on Saturday and said it could go higher after one of the most devastating earthquakes to hit South Asia in recorded history.

2005-10-15 03:31:03

By David Fox MUZAFFARABAD, Pakistan (Reuters) - Pakistan raised the official death toll from the Kashmir earthquake to 38,000 on Saturday, making it one of the most devastating earthquakes to hit South Asia in recorded history.

2005-10-14 05:44:53

By David Fox MUZAFFARABAD, Pakistan (Reuters) - Thunderstorms followed by cold weather promised more misery for survivors of the Kashmir earthquake at the weekend as the focus of international aid efforts turned on Friday from rescue to relief.

2005-10-14 01:34:47

By David Fox MUZAFFARABAD, Pakistan (Reuters) - Survivors of the Kashmir earthquake spent a sixth night in the open in the worst-hit city of Muzaffarabad, kept awake by the rumble of aid trucks and an aftershock early on Friday that set dogs howling. The aftershock, at around 2 a.m.


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