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South Asia Quake Jolts Pakistan and Afghanistan October 30, 2009
Quake Map of Hindu Kush
A sharp earthquake centered along the Pakistan-Afghanistan border rocked a broad stretch of both countries late Sunday.

The 5.6 magnitude tremor caused people in Pakistan’s Balochistan province to rush out of their homes, but there were no reports of significant damage or any injuries.

RTT News reports shaking was also felt in neighboring Sindh province.

The epicenter was placed at 60 miles northwest of Dalbandin, Pakistan at a depth of 77 miles, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.

The quake struck at 10:17 p.m. local time.