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Aftershocks cause more terror as Nepal quake toll tops 2,500

Nepalese residents mourn the death of a relative at a mass cremation at Pashupatinath in the capital Kathmandu on April 26, 2015,
POWERFUL aftershocks rocked Nepal Sunday, panicking survivors of a quake that killed more than 2,500 and triggering new avalanches at Everest base camp, as mass cremations were held in the devastated capital Kathmandu. Terrified residents, many forced to camp out in the capital after Saturday's 7.8-magnitude quake reduced buildings to rubble, were jolted b...

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HUNDREDS of people were feared killed in Nepal today (Apri 25) after a massive 7.9 magnitude earthquake ripped through large parts of the country, toppling office blocks and towers in the panic-stricken capital Kathmandu. Officials said that a More News »
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