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FULL COVERAGE: Pakistan/Kashmir/India Quake

FULL COVERAGE: Pakistan/Kashmir/India Quake

India & Pakistan Govt. On Earthquake Response - Director General ISPR Major general Shaukat Sultan on Monday said that a number of foreign rescue teams have been been despatched to different quake-hit areas. During a media birefing he said the teams from friendly countries would be carrying out ... See... Foreign rescuers deployed in quake-hit parts
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  • Pakistan - Pakistan: President, PM ask nation to pray
  • India - India PM Visits Regions Devastated by Earthquake
  • EC - Humanitarian support for earthquake victims: EC
  • EC - Messages of condolence from EU to Indian, Pakistan
  • United Nations - Pakistan Quake: UN launches $272 million appeal
  • UN - UN Launches $272-Million Appeal To Help Pakistan
  • UN - Upscaling of Humanitarian Aid Underway
  • NZ Govt. - New Zealand To Assist Following Disasters
  • UN - Pakistan: UN Quake Relief Moves Into Higher Gear
  • AID Agency Reponses - Pakistan Earthquake:

  • TEAR Fund - Concern India Forgotten in Kashmir Earthquake

  • Oxfam - Oxfam: Four Oxfam aid flights on the way

  • World Vision - Pakistan response scaled up as winter sets in
  • Oxfam - Four Oxfam aid flights on the way
  • Oxfam - Oxfam aid flight leaves for Pakistan today
  • World Vision - NZ Child Protection Expert Flies To Pakistan
  • AID Watch - Disaster response on the run
  • Oxfam - Bad Weather Hits Pakistan Quake Zone
  • Oxfam - Winter could cut off thousands of survivors
  • TEAR Fund - unique position allows aid to reach desperate and isolated communities
  • World Vision - Grim Reports Back From Assessment Team
  • Tear Fund - Shelter and supplies for earthquake victims
  • UNESCO - NZ wants more intrntl focus on disaster prevention
  • Caritas Aotearoa - Caritas Confederation Active in Earthquake Regions
  • World Vision - Truckloads of aid getting through in Pakistan
  • World Vision - NZ Relief Worker on her way to Pakistan
  • Caritas Confederation Active in Earthquake Regions
  • World Vision - Truckloads of aid getting through in Pakistan
  • World Vision - NZ Relief Worker on her way to Pakistan
  • Salvation Army delivers $60,000 immediate relief
  • NZ Council for International Development - Earthquake Crisis
  • Red Cross launches appeal for Sth Asia earthquake
  • Oxfam - Oxfam scales up response to quake: water a concern
  • Salvation Army - Cash Needed For Pakistan Relief
  • World Vision - WV Responds to Devastating Earthquake
  • Oxfam - 300,000 people affected by the earthquake
  • Oxfam - Oxfam: 300,000 people affected by the earthquake
  • Save The Children - Critical Supplies Delivered to Quake Victims
  • Christian World Service - Emergency Appeal for Pakistan
  • Caritas - $10,000 for Pakistan/India Earthquake
  • Tear Fund - Emergency Pakistan earthquake appeal

  • Guatemalan Mudslides:
  • UN - UN Agency Rushes More Food To Hurricane Victims

  • US State Dept - http://www.scoop.co.nz/stories/WO0510/S00238.htm
  • UN Continues Rushing Aid to Disaster-Struck Central American Countries
  • Tear Fund - Appeal to support victims of Guatemalan Mudslides
  • Christian World Service - Appeal for El Salvador
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