Pakistani officials have called off the search for survivors of last week's devastating earthquake to focus on relief and rebuilding efforts.
An army spokesman told reporters on Friday there was a very slim chance of finding any more survivors in the rubble, nearly a week after the massive 7.6 magnitude quake. At least 25-thousand people have been killed.
Meanwhile, the United Nations has called for more aid for earthquake survivors in Pakistan.
U.N. Emergency Coordinator Jan Egeland said more food, water and tents were needed, as well as helicopters to reach remote areas.
U.N. officials estimate about two million people have been homeless since the quake.
In Indian Kashmir, officials say the death toll has risen above 14-hundred, and some 40-thousand homes have been destroyed.