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Biden assessing how to help Afghanistan after earthquake

Summary by Ground News
Afghanistan's deadliest earthquake in more than two decades took place on June 22, 2022. Millions of Afghans are experiencing severe poverty and hunger. Since the Taliban took over the government in 2021, other countries have been reluctant to provide any assistance. Taliban leaders have a centralized, top-down aid management system, says Mohammad Qadam Shah.
2 months ago·Washington, United States

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Times of India

Death toll from Afghanistan's quake rises to 1,150 people

In the district of Gayan, at least 1,000 homes were damaged by the earthquake. Another 800 homes in the Spera district of Khost province were also damaged. While modern buildings withstand magnitude 6 earthquakes elsewhere, Afghanistan's mud-brick homes and landslide-prone mountains make such quakes more dangerous.

2 months ago·Mumbai, India
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BBC News

Afghanistan earthquake: Survivors struggle for food and shelter amidst cholera fears

Secunder Kermani reports from Paktika, Afghanistan, where one survivor says he lost 20 relatives.

2 months ago·United Kingdom
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UN readies for possible cholera outbreak after Afghanistan earthquake

The U.N. humanitarian office (OCHA) said preparations were underway to avoid a cholera outbreak in Afghanistan after Wednesday's earthquake, saying that half a million cases of acute, watery diarrhoea had already been reported.

2 months ago·United Kingdom
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CBC News

Afghanistan hit with aftershock, adding to significant earthquake death toll | CBC News

An aftershock shook a hard-hit area of eastern Afghanistan on Friday, two days after a quake rattled the region, razing hundreds of mud-brick homes and killing 1,150 people, according to state media.

2 months ago·Canada
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CTV News

India sends team to help with deadly Afghanistan earthquake

India said it sent a technical team to Kabul to coordinate the delivery of humanitarian assistance after a powerful earthquake in eastern Afghanistan that state media reported killed 1,000 people.

2 months ago·Toronto, Canada
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CBS Local

Sacramento Refugees Raise Concerns, Aid Following Earthquake in Afghanistan

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – The Afghanistan earthquake is now considered the deadliest in two decades. The 5.9 magnitude quake flattened villages while killing at least 1,000 people.Refugees in Sacramento say humanitarian aid is urgent.Naimatullah Sultani has spent hours trying to reach his hometown in Afghanistan since the early Wednesday morning quake.“You see these pictures? It’s everywhere, what’s happening in Afghanistan, people are losing their h…

2 months ago·United States
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