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QUAKE SUBCONTINENT
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October 16, 2005
Earthquake survivors wait for relief materials, outside their makeshift tents, at a relief camp in Poonch,...
Poonch, India
Earthquake survivors wait for relief materials in Poonch
Earthquake survivors wait for relief materials, outside their makeshift tents, at a relief camp in Poonch, 250km (156 miles) northwest from the northern Indian city of Jammu, October 16, 2005. The October 8 earthquake was most destructive to those parts of Indian and Pakistani Kashmir and Pakistan's northwest frontier that are both breathtakingly beautiful and not easy to access. The mountains are a problem, but so is the fact that India and Pakistan are at a tense stand-off over disputed Kashmir and Islamic militants are known to be active in the area, which makes parts of the region restricted to ordinary traffic. Picture taken on October 16, 2005. REUTERS/Amit Gupta Pictures of the month October 2005
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