epa05252607 A boy who was injured in an earthquake cries outside a hospital in Peshawar, Pakistan, 10 April 2016. At least two people were killed and 25 injured in Peshawar following a 6.6 magnitude earthquake that was felt in Pakistan, Afghanistan and India. EPA/ARSHAD ARBAB
epa05252607 A boy who was injured in an earthquake cries outside a hospital in Peshawar, Pakistan, 10 April 2016. At least two people were killed and 25 injured in Peshawar following a 6.6 magnitude earthquake that was felt in Pakistan, Afghanistan and India. EPA/ARSHAD ARBAB ARSHAD ARBAB

Powerful quake rocks Afghanistan

DOZENS of people were injured when a powerful earthquake shook Pakistan, Afghanistan and India on Sunday afternoon. The epicentre was in Ishkashim, in north-eastern Afghanistan, the quake measuring at 6.6 on the Richter scale at a depth of 210km.

A spokesman for the Afghanistan National Disaster Management Authority said there had so far been no reports of deaths or significant damage.



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