Deadly earthquake kills more than 1,000 people in Afghanistan | 7NEWS

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The Taliban is appealing to the West for help in the wake of a catastrophic 6.1 magnitude earthquake. The death toll is now beyond 1,000 people. The reality on the ground is confronting. The pictures in this report are distressing, with many of those victims children.

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