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Latest International response to the 2005 Kashmir earthquake Stories

2005-10-13 23:15:56

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.

2005-10-12 10:37:34

By David Fox BATA MORA, Pakistan (Reuters) - Food, blankets and other supplies flowed into northern Pakistan on Wednesday as the mission in the Kashmir earthquake turned from rescue and toward relief for survivors, including an estimated 1 million homeless.

2005-10-12 09:39:11

By David Fox BATA MORA, Pakistan (Reuters) - Food, blankets and other supplies flowed into northern Pakistan on Wednesday as the mission in the Kashmir earthquake turned from rescue and toward relief for survivors, including an estimated 1 million homeless.

2005-10-12 06:30:49

By David Fox BATA MORA, Pakistan (Reuters) - Food and other relief aid flowed into more areas of northern Pakistan on Wednesday as rescue operations in the devastating Kashmir earthquake increasingly became a relief mission for those who survived.

2005-10-12 06:04:48

By David Fox BATA MORA, Pakistan (Reuters) - Food and other relief aid flowed into more areas of northern Pakistan on Wednesday as rescue operations in the devastating Kashmir earthquake increasingly became a relief mission for those who survived.

2005-10-12 03:34:53

By David Fox BATA MORA, Pakistan (Reuters) - Food and other relief aid flowed into more areas of northern Pakistan on Wednesday as rescue operations in the devastating Kashmir earthquake increasingly became a relief mission for those who survived.

2005-10-12 00:20:36

By Robert Birsel MUZAFFARABAD, Pakistan (Reuters) - Medicine and food flowed into areas of northern Pakistan on Wednesday as rescue operations in the devastating Kashmir earthquake increasingly became a relief mission for those who survived.

2005-10-11 11:56:57

By Robert Birsel MUZAFFARABAD, Pakistan (Reuters) - Three days after the devastating Kashmir earthquake, relief efforts remained chaotic on Tuesday despite huge aid pledges and U.N. officials said hopes were fading for those trapped in flattened towns and villages.

2005-10-11 06:27:40

By Robert Birsel MUZAFFARABAD, Pakistan (Reuters) - Three days after the deadly Kashmir earthquake, relief efforts remained chaotic on Tuesday and U.N. officials said scores more helicopters were needed to get food, medicine and shelter to millions of survivors.

2005-10-11 05:39:41

By Robert Birsel MUZAFFARABAD, Pakistan (Reuters) - Three days after the deadly Kashmir earthquake, relief efforts remained chaotic on Tuesday and U.N. officials said scores more helicopters were needed to get food, medicine and shelter to millions of survivors.


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  • To swell, as grain or wood with water.
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