Western Afghanistan devastated by earthquakes that killed more than 2,000
In Afghanistan, desperate hands and shovels are digging through the rubble, hoping to find survivors of this weekend’s devastating earthquakes.
The disasters killed more than 2,000 people and leveled entire villages. Hundreds more were injured.
We hear from Lisa Macheiner, Doctors Without Borders project coordinator in Herat.
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