A Pakistani earthquake survivor looks at his dead goat near a collapsed mud house in the Mashkail area of the southwestern Baluchistan province on April 17, 2013. Pakistani troops scrambled to aid the remote victims of an earthquake centred in nearby Iran, as the United States offered assistance and a strong aftershock jolted the region. The epicentre of the 7.8 magnitude quake on April 16, lay in southeast Iran but all 40 deaths reported so far have been across the border in Pakistan's dirt-poor province of Baluchistan, where hundreds of mud-built homes suffered damage
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