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Pakistan Quake Aftermath

Hungry
Earthquake survivors in Uri, in the Indian-held portion of Kashmir, jostle as an aid organization distributes bread. (Altaf Qadri / EPA)
Seeking shelter
Pakistani earthquake survivors look out from the back of a truck as others take shelter from a deluge. The rain hampered relief efforts and threatened to trigger collapse more buildings. (David Guttenfelder / AP)
Giving aid
Kashmiris carry a victim near Muzaffarabad. The U.N. estimates the quake left more than 2.5 million people homeless. (Burhan Ozbilici / AP)
Injured
A young girl, her head cradled in her father’s hands, awaits surgery three days after the 7.6 quake struck. (Paul Watson / LAT)
Rescue
A Russian rescue team works in Pakistani-administered Kashmir to free students trapped in the debris of a school that collapsed in the earthquake. (Paul Watson / LAT)
Boy rescue
A member of a British relief team carries a 2-year-old boy after he was rescued from debris of a collapsed building in Islamabad, Pakistan. (Markus Schreiber / AP)
Tents
Pakistanis injured in Saturday’s earthquake are treated Monday. Medics set up makeshift tents outside a hospital in Abbottabad to treat the injured. (David Guttenfelder / AP)
Aid
Kashmiris rush Pakistanis delivering aid in the region devastated by the earthquake. (K. M. Chaudhry / AP)
Mass grave
Volunteers bury bodies of earthquake victims in a mass grave in Balakot in Pakistan’s North West Frontier Province. (Farooq Naeem AFP/Getty Images)
IV bottle
Abdul Hamid holds the intravenous fluid bottle for his wife, Kasam Jaan, who was injured in the earthquake in India. (Ajit Kumar / AP)
Tent
Pakistanis injured in Saturday’s earthquake are treated under a tent set up outside a hospital in Abbottabad, Pakistan. (David Guttenfelder / AP)
Praying
Pakistanis pray as they stand on top of a collapsed house in Balakot in the country’s North West Frontier Province. (Jewel Samad AFP/Getty Images)
Injured
Rahim Din, a resident of Balakot in Pakistan’s North West Frontier Province, waits to be treated at a hospital in Abbottabad. (Lefteris Pitarakis / AP)
Kashmir
A man clears debris from his collapsed house in Rawla Kot in Pakistani-administered Kashmir. (A. Shakoor / EPA)
Grief
A man mourns a relative at a funeral in Balakot, Pakistan. (Olivier Matthys / EPA)
Injured
Faiz Riaz who was injured in Saturday’s earthquake is carried by his father in Gari Habibullah, Pakistan. (Burhan Ozbilci / AP)
Tent
An injured man lies under a tent in the parking lot of a hospital in Abbottabad, Pakistan. (David Guttenfelder / AP)
Helicopter
A Pakistani army helicopter arrives in Muzaffarabad, the capital of Pakistani-administered Kashmir, to evacuate earthquake victims. (Akhtar Soomro / EPA)
Funeral
People carry the body of an earthquake victim in Balakot, Pakistan. (Olivier Matthys / EPA)
Fleeing
Kashmiri survivors of the deadly quake flee from their homes near Muzaffarabad, Pakistan. Aircraft rushed in supplies from abroad and Washington pledged $50 million in aid today. Hungry families huddled in tents and shopkeepers clashed with looters. (Burhan Ozbilici / AP)
Prayer
A man prays on the debris of a collapsed building in the worst earthquake-hit town of Muzaffarbad, Kashmir. (Akhtar Soomro / EPA)
Digging with a crane
A rescuer from the United Kingdom directs a crane operator in a bid to find trapped people in the rubble of the high-rise Margalla Towers in Islamabad, three days after a massive quake hit Pakistan on Saturday. (Asif Hassan AFP/Getty Images)
Kashmiri children
Kashmiri children clamor as an aid organization distributes biscuits in Salamabad, Uri, some 78 miles north of Srinagar. The village near Uri town is in the most affected area by the 7.6-magnitude earthquake, which had hit parts of Pakistan, India and Afghanistan over the weekend. (Altaf Qadri / EPA)
Airlift
Earthquake victims rest inside an Indian army helicopter as they are airlifted today from Tangdhar to Srinagar, India. Authorities air-dropped burial shrouds and food today to remote villages hit by the weekend’s devastating earthquake, as the death toll climbed. (Mukhtar Khan / AP)
Father and injured son
A man holds his injured son as they arrive at Chaklala Airbase in Rawalpindi today after being evacuated from Muzzafarabad in the area most affected by the earthquake which had hit parts of Pakistan, northern India and Afghanistan on Saturday. The death toll of the quake is officially 20,000, while unofficial estimates put fatalities at nearly 40,000, with just as many injured. (T. Mughal / EPA)
Sniffer dog
A rescue worker from Turkey is accompanied by a sniffer dog as he searches for earthquake victims today at a collapsed building in Muzaffarabad, capital of Pakistani-controlled Kashmir. (Aamir Qureshi AFP/Getty Images)
Tangdhar house destroyed
People stand in front of a house that was destroyed by the earthquake at Tangdhar, India. Authorities air-dropped burial shrouds and food today to the remote village hit by the weekend’s devastating earthquake, as the death toll climbed to 865 in Indian Kashmir. (Mukhtar Khan / AP)
Salvaging a window pane
A Kashmiri villager carries a window pane from a damaged house at Tangdar, some 93 miles north of Srinagar. The earthquake death toll reached 750 in Indian Kashmir today, the state’s senior civil servant said, warning it would continue to rise. (Sajjad Hussain AFP/Getty Images)
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