High Toll Feared as Quake Strikes South Asia

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A girl cries outside a school building in the northern Indian city of Jammu in the wake of a powerful earthquake Saturday. Reuters hide caption

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A girl cries outside a school building in the northern Indian city of Jammu

A girl cries outside a school building in the northern Indian city of Jammu in the wake of a powerful earthquake Saturday.

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At least 1,000 people are believe dead in Pakistan and India after an earthquake with a magnitude of 7.6 hit early Saturday morning. The quake was centered about 60 miles north of Pakistan's capital, Islamabad.

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