Quake kills '400' schoolchildren
Police chief Riffat Pashar told Reuters news agency 350 altogether had died in the collapse in Mansehra district.
"Fifty were killed in another school in the same district," he said. There is no confirmation.
More than 2,000 people are feared dead from the 7.6-magnitude quake that hit Pakistan, India and Afghanistan.
The earthquake, which was registered at 0350GMT, was felt as far away as the Afghan capital, Kabul, and India's capital, Delhi.
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