Afghanistan Live Updates: Rescuers Search for Survivors After Earthquake Kills 1,000, Officials Say

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Emergency aid began arriving on Thursday to areas affected by the deadliest earthquake to hit Afghanistan in decades, officials said, as rescue efforts continued to save survivors of the disaster that was estimated to have killed more than 1,000 people in a remote and mountainous part of the country’s southeast.

That toll was expected to rise, reflecting the poverty of the region, where…

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