Pakistani officials say a powerful earthquake has killed one person and wounded 30 others in the country’s northwest.
The 6.6-magnitude quake struck on April 10 in northeastern Afghanistan close to the border with Tajikistan.
It was felt across a number of cities across South Asia, including Kabul, Islamabad, Lahore, Delhi, and Dushanbe, forcing residents to leave their homes.
There were no reports of significant damage, but a spokesman for Pakistan's National Disaster Management Authority said there was a high risk of landslides.
In October 2015, a magnitude-7.5 quake in the same border area in the Hindu Kush mountain range killed close to 300 people.