After the Pakistan Earthquake Saturday's powerful 7.6 magnitude earthquake leveled towns throughout Pakistan, and the aftershocks continue. International search-and-rescue teams are pouring into the region and survivors are still being pulled out of the rubble. There are also reports of looting. Our guests discuss the latest developments.
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After the Pakistan Earthquake

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After the Pakistan Earthquake

After the Pakistan Earthquake

After the Pakistan Earthquake

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Saturday's powerful 7.6 magnitude earthquake leveled towns throughout Pakistan, and the aftershocks continue. International search-and-rescue teams are pouring into the region and survivors are still being pulled out of the rubble. There are also reports of looting. Our guests discuss the latest developments.

Guests:

Maj. Gen. Shaukat Sultan, spokesman for Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf

Laura Winter, reporter for the Christian Science Monitor and the New York Daily News