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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
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