2005: Powerful quake hits South Asia
Many hundreds of people die in Pakistan, north India and Afghanistan following a massive quake.
The 7.6-magnitude quake with the epicentre 80km (50 miles) north-east of Islamabad wiped out several villages.
In Islamabad, people rushed to dig with bare hands to rescue those trapped when an apartment building collapsed.
Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf, who was visiting the site, said the quake was a "test of the nation".
Several countries have offered to send emergency aid.
The earthquake, which was registered at 0350GMT, was felt as far away as the Afghan capital, Kabul, and India's capital, Delhi. Several aftershocks followed.