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In pictures: South Asia quake memorial

A girl prays over the graves of her brothers who died in last year's earthquake

People in South Asia are marking the first anniversary of a quake which killed 75,000 people and left millions homeless.

Pakistan's President Pervez Musharraf in Muzaffarabad, the capital of Pakistan-administered Kashmir

Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf led a wreath-laying ceremony and a minute's silence in Muzaffarabad, the capital of Pakistan-administered Kashmir.

A woman wipes tears from her eyes during a memorial ceremony in Islamabad

This woman attended a memorial ceremony in Pakistan's capital, Islamabad, to remember those who died in the collapse of an apartment building, the Margalla Towers.

Pakistani relatives of earthquake victims lay flowers in Islamabad

Relatives of those that died at the Margalla site laid flowers in memory of their loved ones.

A Pakistani woman lights a candle commemorating the victims of the October 2005 quake

An overnight vigil was also held in Islamabad.

Tents pitched amid the rubble in Chikar, south of Muzaffarabad

One year on, about 400,000 people in northern Pakistan face a second harsh winter without permanent shelter.

Earthquake survivors protest in front of the prime minister's building in Islamabad, Pakistan

On Saturday about 1,000 survivors protested in Islamabad, accusing officials of embezzling relief funds.






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