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Pictures -- Pakistan Earthquake 2005
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Pakistan mourns and prays for the victims at first anniversary on October 2005 Earthquake.
Desperate victims of Earthquake in Pakistan awaits relief, food, shelter, medicine and clothes.
As the harsh Himalyan winter approaches the survivors, the injured and the 3 million people living under the open skies with no warm clothes, food or shelter.
Left behind by the earthquake with one or both parents dead, missing or injured by the worst tragedy of Pakistan.
The whole world comes together, forgetting their difference, hands and hands to help the humanity, to save the mankind and feed the hungry.
Rescue efforts, carrying the injured and deads. Pulling victims out of the rubble. Internation teams hands in hands to save the humanity.
Praying for the lost, for the injured, for the homeless and for the properity of a nation torned apart my the tragedy.
Those who died in the calamity in Pakistan. Burials, Prayers and strong visuals.
Those who survived the earthquake with little or no injuries.
Those who were injured by the Pakistan Earthquake. Please note that the contents might be too harsh for people with weak hearts.
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