South Asia Quake Scars Youngest Survivors

A Kashmiri boy stands in front of a demolished building in Garhi Dupatta, near Muzaffarabad. i

A Kashmiri boy stands in front of a demolished building in Garhi Dupatta, near Muzaffarabad, capital of Pakistan-administered Kashmir. Reuters hide caption

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A Kashmiri boy stands in front of a demolished building in Garhi Dupatta, near Muzaffarabad.

A Kashmiri boy stands in front of a demolished building in Garhi Dupatta, near Muzaffarabad, capital of Pakistan-administered Kashmir.

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The earthquake that ripped through South Asia more than a week ago devastated the Pakistani population. Among the most vulnerable and needy survivors are thousands of traumatized children.

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