HEADLINE TEXT: Afghan quake survivors appeal for help
2. Wide of local clearing rubble from home destroyed in earthquake
3. Vehicle buried under rubble
ANNOTATION: A powerful earthquake struck a rugged, mountainous region of eastern Afghanistan early Wednesday, killing at least 1,000 people.
4. Wide of local clearing rubble from home
5. Mid of damaged house
ANNOTATION: The 6.1-magnitude quake was the country's deadliest in two decades, and officials said the toll could rise.
6. SOUNDBITE (Pashto) Sultan Mahmood, Speray district chief:
"500 houses were destroyed in this area, some are destroyed and others are partially damaged. It is hard to gather all the exact information because it is mountainous area. The information that we have is what we have gathered from the residents of these areas."
7. SOUNDBITE (Pashto) Hakimullah (only one name given), survivor:
"We ask from the Islamic Emirate and the whole country to come forward and help us. We are with nothing and have nothing, not even a tent to live in."
8. Wide of survivors sitting outside
ANNOTATION: The disaster posed a new test for Afghanistan's Taliban rulers and relief agencies already struggling with the country's multiple humanitarian crises.
9. Wide of damaged house
ANNOTATION: The Taliban seized power last year as the US and its allies were withdrawing from the country.
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