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Posted by Anup Baral April 29, 2015 :
Nepal was hit by a massive 7.9-magnitude earthquake Saturday, killing more than 4,000 people so far, injuring more than 10,000 others.Hospitals across the impoverished nation of 28 million people struggled to cope with the dead and injured from Nepal’s worst quake in 81 years, and a lack of equipment meant rescuers could look no deeper than surface rubble for signs of life. The Nepal earthquake led to an end of the World Heritage site, Durbar Square. The video shows the horrifying pictures of the shattering of one of the oldest sites in Nepal.

Also, The death toll from the avalanche at the Mt Everest base camp triggered by the powerful earthquake on Saturday has climbed to 19 while more than 61 have sustained injuries.Locals spent the night on roads as their homes were destroyed due to the 7.9 magnitude earthquake that struck the country. "After the earthquake, we were told by the media that there will be earthquakes again and again. We felt the earthquake three-four times. The first one was the longest which lasted about five minutes.

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