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Nepal Hard Rock Cafe

In 2015, on April 25, Kartok Lama was in her teashop in the upper Langtang Valley. Nestled against a monolithic boulder which formed its back wall, her teashop in the Himalayas was a natural resting point for trekkers hiking through the 4,000 metre high valley she calls home. She had just finished filling three thermoses with tea when the earth b... Read more

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Everest climbers return one year after Nepal’s devastating earthq…

KATHMANDU, NEPAL—The third time Dutch climber Eric Arnold tried and failed to reach the summit of Mount Everest, he was nearly killed by a thundering wall of snow, rock and ice unleashed by the 7.8-magnitude earthquake that struck Nepal last year. The avalanche that coursed through Everest Base Camp sent him sprawling, choking on snow but alive. ... Read more

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Tayside surgeon to expand on Nepal mercy mission

A Tayside surgeon who took on a mercy mission to earthquake-hit Nepal is planning to expand on the trip's legacy. Sean Laverick was part of a five-strong UK team which recently spent 10 days operating and tutoring in the Ghurka heartland of Dharan. Now back at Dundee's Ninewells Hospital, the head of Maxillofacial surgery has ambitious plans to... Read more

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Generosity of Leicestershire people towards Nepal earthquake vict…

The generosity of people in Leicestershire who raised more than £15,000 for victims of last year's earthquakes in Nepal has been praised by a charity's national director. A total of £15,239 was raised for Catholic charity CAFOD in response to the earthquake that devastated large areas of the mountainous country. Their generosity enabled CAFOD t... Read more

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Anne and Dr Digby Hoyal help children needing care after the Nepa…

IT'S nearly been a year since the devastating Nepal earthquakes killed 9000 people and left more than a million children in need of humanitarian aid. Thousands remain homeless and continue to live in temporary shelters, especially in rural areas, after the 7.8 and 7.3 magnitude earthquakes left a trail of destruction on April 25 and May 12 last ... Read more

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Bellingham man builds home for Nepal quake victim

David Mauro always knew he'd have a close connection to his friend Mingma. Being tied to each other over a deadly crevasse at 29,000 feet will do that to you. "It's an incredibly powerful bond," said Mauro. Mingma was Mauro's Sherpa when he climbed Mount Everest in 2013.  The two kept in touch, and when Mauro found out his friend had lost ... Read more

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