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Aftershocks Jolt Quake-Devastated Areas

MUZAFFARABAD, Pakistan - Two strong aftershocks from South Asia's deadly earthquake shook the devastated region Wednesday, unleashing landslides and setting off another wave of panic among survivors of the Oct. 8 disaster. A new tally from regional officials pushed the death toll to 79,000. The new toll would make the quake one of the deadliest in modern times.

Despite brisk sorties of helicopters delivering aid to quake victims, an estimated half-million survivors, many of them in Pakistan's portion of Kashmir, have yet to receive any help since the monster 7.6-magnitude quake leveled entire villages. Thousands need urgent medical care.

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Strong aftershocks rock quake-shattered Pakistan

MUZAFFARABAD, Pakistan (Reuters) - Strong aftershocks rocked earthquake-shattered northern Pakistan on Wednesday morning, but there were no immediate reports of more deaths or injuries.

A 5.8 magnitude quake at 7.33 a.m. (0233 GMT), the strongest of dozens of aftershocks since an October 8 earthquake devastated Pakistani Kashmir and adjoining North West Frontier Province, caused landslides and sent people into the streets.

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Aftershocks jolt parts of Pakistan.

ISLAMABAD: A severe aftershock of 5.8 intensity jolted Islamabad early Wednesday, 11 days after an earthquake caused heavy losses in the north of the country and Kashmir, officials said.

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Kashmiris can cross LoC for quake relief efforts: Musharraf.

MUZAFFARABAD: Pakistan Tuesday said it would allow Kashmiris from across the Line of Control (LoC) to help the quake-stricken people in Azad Kashmir (PoK).

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Government bans export of tents.

ISLAMABAD: Federal Relief Commissioner Maj-Gen Farooq Ahmed said on Tuesday that the government had imposed a ban on the export of tents from Pakistan with immediate effect.

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Quake prompts dramatic accord on Kashmir contacts

MUZAFFARABAD, Pakistan - The catastrophic earthquake which shattered Pakistani Kashmir opened a door to reconciliation with Pakistan's old foe India on Tuesday. Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf made a dramatic appeal to India to allow the quake-stricken people of divided Kashmir to help each other deal with the catastrophe. India agreed with unusual speed.

"We will allow every Kashmiri to come across the Line of Control and assist in the reconstruction effort," Musharraf told a news conference in the region, the cause of two of the three wars the countries have fought.

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Child rescues alive after ten days in Balakot.

BALAKOT: Rescue team of Pakistan army rescued on Tuesday a five year-old girl child alive, on tenth day of the massive earthquake that devastated several parts of Pakistan.

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Special task force set up for swift relief efforts.

ISLAMABAD: The government has established special services task force to gear up the relief efforts in quake affected areas which will be operate under the supervision of federal commission. The task force would oversee the relief operations underway in Frontier and Azad Kashmir, aid pouring in from abroad and non-governmental organizations and medical facilities provided to the affected people.

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PAKISTAN: Only half of survivors in dire need receive food aid

MUZAFFARABAD, 16 October (IRIN) - More than a week after the earthquake that devastated northern Pakistan, only half the survivors in dire need of food supplies have been reached, relief officials said.

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US military ready to airlift hospital to Pakistan

KAISERSLAUTERN, Germany, Oct 16 (Reuters) - U.S. army medics on Sunday were preparing to airlift a 56-bed mobile hospital from Germany to Pakistan within the next few days for what could be a long stay to help wounded earthquake survivors.

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