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09:26 GMT, Thursday, 19 May 2011 10:26 UK
South Asia quake victims honoured
Ceremonies are held to remember the 75,000 people killed in the South Asia earthquake one year ago.
ONE YEAR ON
The BBC talks to children traumatised by the earthquake
Facts and figures
Concern for quake survivors
Quake survivors still struggle
Aid went to extremists
South Asia quake
Listen to the survivors of the disaster recount their memories
'Help still needed'
Doctor who kept a quake diary says it's still a disaster zone
A fragile existence for isolated tribal quake survivors in Pakistan
FROM THE CORRESPONDENTS
'Law of the jungle' in quake zone
Despair reigns in the remote Neelum Valley, amid reports of fights for relief goods.
Resilience among the ruins
Victims' rebuilding nightmare
Opening up Kashmir
Mules provide lifeline
Horrors of Balakot
Escape from the epicentre
Ahsan Haque was trekking close to the epicentre when the earthquake struck.
Survivors lose livelihoods
Girl, five, recalls Kashmir quake
Schoolboy recalls horror
'I thought it was the end'
'I believe this is true horror'
'Their cries haunt me'
VIDEO AND AUDIO NEWS
Rebuilding lives after devastating quake
Survivors face second winter
Aid sent to remote regions
Boy plucked from quake ruins
Images of aid arriving in communities devastated by quake
Tent city photos
Tales of loss and endurance from Kashmir's quake city
Four weeks after quake, we put your e-mails to people in area
How earthquakes happen and why they are so destructive
Quake revives civic power
Earthquake toll leaps to 73,000
US helicopter 'fired upon'
Row mars S Asia quake aid effort
Fear over quake disease outbreak
UK pledges £10m to quake appeal
Quake 'is UN's worst nightmare'
Q&A: UK government response
UK Pakistanis reach out to help
Tragedy of quake felt in Bradford