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27 Sep 2013 20:31 GMT
The rubble of a house is seen after it collapsed following the quake in the town of Awaran, southwestern Pakistani province of Balochistan.
A survivor of an earthquake sits as he takes tea on the rubble of a mud house after it collapsed following the quake
A government official has said that a total of six districts and more than 300,000 people have been affected by the earthquake
The powerful earthquake caused the seabed to rise and create a small, mountain-like island about 600m off Pakistan\(***)s Gwadar coastline [Photo: Tufail Baloch]
People walk on an island that rose from the sea following an earthquake
TV channels showed images of a stretch of rocky terrain above the sea level, with a crowd of bewildered people gathering on the shore
Frustrated by long queues, thousands of refugees register with German authorities struggling with the recent influx.
Refugees, Humanitarian crises, War & Conflict
An indigenous Zapotec, Mare's hip-hop songs speak to many women as they continue to endure rampant violence in Mexico.
Women, Human Rights, Mexico
Education Pro enables teachers to monitor students' online activity and sends "violation" alerts over trigger terms.
Human Rights, Education, United Kingdom
Japanese protesters invoke human rights abuse and painful memories of war to oppose US Marine airbase on their island.
Military, Human Rights, Japan
We speak to former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, and ask a former KGB general about Russia's air strikes in Syria.
War & Conflict, Middle East, Israel
101 East follows the lives of seven people in Nanjing and asks what they think of the direction their country is taking.
Politics, Asia Pacific, China
In a Delhi slum, puppeteers, musicians, jugglers and acrobats try to unite as they wrangle with an approaching eviction.
Business & Economy, Arts & Culture, Poverty & Development
An investigation into the high rate of child sex abuse in Jamaica and the government's failure to protect its children.
Human Rights, Jamaica, Rape