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Your Friday Briefing: After the Quake


Good morning. We’re covering the fallout from Afghanistan’s earthquake and torrential flooding in China.

Afghan officials said that rescue efforts were winding down after a 5.9-magnitude earthquake, which struck early Wednesday morning and was believed to have killed more than 1,000 people.

As hope for finding survivors dimmed, Taliban officials called for assistance from aid agencies. The government said that some supplies had already arrived from Iran,…



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