Nepal earthquake death toll tops 3,000As more of the damage wreaked by Nepal’s earthquake becomes clear, the death toll continues to rise.
A total of 3,218 people are now known to have died in Saturday’s disaster, with over 6,500 others injured.
Another 66 were killed across the border in India and at least
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Nepal: Helicopters evacuate injured from Everest base campBoth foreign climbers and their Nepalese guides were caught up in Saturday’s massive quake. The tremor triggered avalanches, engulfing in particular Mount Everest’s base camp.
Helicopters have now managed to ferry out some of th injured.
Belgian climber Jelle Veyt capture
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