S.Korea provides US$1 million in humanitarian aid to earthquake-hit Afghanistan

South Korea plans to provide $1 million in humanitarian aid to victims of an earthquake in Afghanistan that killed 1,000 people, Seoul's foreign ministry said on Thursday.

USA About: Earthquake Publish: Last Thursday at 9:30 AM Edit: Last Thursday at 9:30 AM Author: Gardener


AfghanistanPeople carry injured people to a helicopter after a massive earthquake in Paktika province, Afghanistan, June 22, 2022, in this screenshot from a video. People carry injured people to a helicopter after a massive earthquake in Paktika province, Afghanistan, June 22, 2022, in this screenshot from a video. BAKHTAR NEWS AGENCY/Handout via REUTERS SEOUL, June 23 (Reuters) - South Korea plans to provide $1 million in humanitarian aid to victims of an earthquake in Afghanistan that killed 1,000 people, the foreign ministry said Seoul on Thursday with. The 6.1-magnitude earthquake struck early Wednesday about 160 km (100 miles) southeast of Kabul in arid mountains dotted with small settlements near the border with Pakistan.


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