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An earthquake victim holds relief material near Uri, about 110 kilometers (69 miles) north of Srinagar, India. Soldiers and volunteers used bulldozers and bare hands Sunday to pull survivors and bodies from the rubble of houses and buildings toppled by a powerful earthquake in South Asia that killed 600 people in India’s portion of the Kashmir region. (Manish Swarup / AP)
A wounded woman stands outside here makeshift tent at Jabla, near Uri, about 110 kilometers (69 miles) north of Srinagar, India. (Rafiq Maqbool / AP)
A boy struggles to hold his place in a line to receive relief at Jabla, near Uri, about 110 kilometers (69 miles) north of Srinagar, India. (Rafiq Maqbool / AP)
Relatives of earth-quake victims transport injured women in wheel-barrows in Balakot, in Pakistan’s North West Frontier Province, a day after a massive 7.6 magnitude earthquake. Pakistan’s interior ministry said today that more than 19,000 people had died in a huge earthquake that shook parts of South Asia, while India raised its toll to 583. (Farooq Naeem AFP/Getty Images)
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