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Afghanistan Earthquake: Strong earthquake in Afghanistan, 255 people killed, figure may increase; tremors till Islamabad

Afghanistan Earthquake News:  There have been 255 recorded deaths in Afghanistan as a result of intensive earthquake tremors. This number mi...

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Afghanistan Earthquake News:
 There have been 255 recorded deaths in Afghanistan as a result of intensive earthquake tremors. This number might be higher. The earthquake has a value of 6.1 on the Richter scale. Large losses are expected. According to Afghan authorities, the earthquake caused huge house collapses throughout the country, killing at least 255 people. 

Rescue efforts have begun, and the death toll may rise more. This might be the country's second major crisis since it was liberated from a two-decade-long conflict last year. In its report, Afghanistan's national news agency Bakhtar reported 255 deaths. According to the agency, helicopters have been dispatched to the scene, and a rescue operation has begun.

We have not deserted Balasaheb's Shiv Sena, says Eknath Shinde News agency director Abdul Wahid Ryan, who tweeted that roughly 90 houses in Pattika had been damaged. Dozens of individuals are said to be trapped beneath the rubble of these houses. People can be seen being evacuated by helicopter from Paktika province, which borders Pakistan, in videos uploaded on social media. 

"The violent earthquake affected four districts of Paktika province," stated Bilal Karimi, deputy spokesman for the Taliban government. Hundreds of people are predicted to die or be injured as a result of this calamity. Hundreds of homes have been damaged as a result of this calamity.

He stated that we are appealing to all authorities to immediately send teams to disaster-affected areas to assist sufferers. The earthquake's magnitude was estimated to be 6.1 on the Richter scale by Pakistan's Meteorological Department. 

The earthquake tremors were felt in several locations, including Pakistan's capital, Islamabad. According to the European agency EMSC, these earthquakes were felt within a 500-kilometer radius. Parts of India may also be included. 

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