In Afghanistan's Paktika, there were five fatalities.

An aftershock struck Gayan district of Paktika province about at 10 a.m. local time Friday (0530 GMT) The earthquake struck Gayan district of Paktika province about at 10 a.m.

Afghanistan, June 24: An aftershock struck a district of the quake-hit Afghanistans Paktika on Friday, killing at least five people and injuring 11.According to the Afghan Ministry of Public Health, the earthquake struck Gayan district of Paktika province about at 10 a.m. local time Friday (0530 GMT), according to the Afghan Ministry of Public Health, which was cited by the Xinhua News Agency.Over 1000 people have been killed in Barmal and Giyan districts in Paktika province, and Spera district in Khost province, according to estimates.In addition, at least 1,455 people have been injured in three of the six most affected areas, Barmal, Giyan, and Spera, many of whom are critically wounded.

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