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Last Updated: Sunday October 08 2006 10:33 GMT

In pictures: One year after South Asia quake

An aerial shot of the city of Balakot, Pakistan.

A year ago a massive earthquake hit Pakistan, Afghanistan and northern India, killing more than 75,000 people and leaving some 2m homeless

A tower in Islamabad, Pakistan, on the day of the quake (left) and a year later.

The quake on 8 October destroyed loads of buildings. This photo shows the same tower block in Islamabad, Pakistan, on the day of the quake (left) and a year later

Children in front of a temporary camp in a mountain area of Muzaffarabad, Pakistan.

About 11,000 kids became orphans in the disaster and Oxfam says 1.8m people are still living in temporary homes

A doctor treats a young patient.

More than 69,000 people were severely injured in the earthquake and an estimated 10,000 children left disabled. This doctor is making sure this boy is healthy

Girls studying in Pakistan.

These girls are back at school. Their old one was wiped out in the quake so now they learn in a tent donated by children's charity Unicef

A Pakistani boy in front of a building donated by people in Texas, USA.

This boy is in front of a building donated by people in America, but aid workers say much more help is still needed to help the community recover



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