Pakistan quake

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A magnitude-6.5 earthquake struck in southwest Pakistan on Oct. 29. Hundreds of people died in several villages and an estimated 12,000 people were left homeless as 1,500 homes and buildings collapsed. The epicenter was near the Valley of Ziarat, one of the main tourist spots in Baluchistan province.

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A magnitude-6.5 earthquake struck in southwest Pakistan on Oct. 29. Hundreds of people died in several villages and an estimated 12,000 people were left homeless as 1,500 homes and buildings collapsed. The epicenter was near the Valley of Ziarat, one of the main tourist spots in Baluchistan province.