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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths

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Nepal Katmandou- The 7.8 magnitude earthquake that killed more than 6,000 dead and thousands injured continues to rise despite international aid and rescue efforts. Economic heart of the country, Kathmandu is ruined, homes and roads are destroyed and reconstruction looks very long in one of the poorest countries of the world. Less accessible villages were also hit hard by the disaster. Airport Kathmandu has all the trouble to absorb air traffic and hundreds of people trying to flee the city fearing shortages. Historic and iconic buildings were destroyed, including Durbar Square, which was listed as UNESCO heritage and stupa Swayambuhnath. The earthquake caused several avalanches on Mount Everest, t trodden by many climbers. Two camps have been covered and at least 18 people were killed. The epicenter of the earthquake was located 77 km to Kathmandu with over 800,000 inhabitants. The shock wave has spread in about forty seconds, a distance of 150 km, devastating the Kathmandu Valley. Prime Minister Sushil Koirala of Nepal announced that the death toll could reach 10,000 deaths