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Tremblement de terre en Afghanistan-Pakistan - mises à jour

Earthquake damage in Mingora, Pakistan
Plus de 4 000 logements ont été détruits par le tremblement de terre qui a frappé le Pakistan lundi (Shaukat Saleem/IRIN)

Un tremblement de terre de magnitude 7.5 a frappé le nord-est de l'Afghanistan à 13 h 39 heure locale (GMT+4.5) le lundi 26 octobre. Les ondes de choc ont été ressenties jusqu'en Inde.

D'après les premiers rapports, le séisme aurait causé des dommages substantiels aux bâtiments et aux infrastructures en Afghanistan et au Pakistan et fait des dizaines de morts et de blessé.

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