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Nepal toll rises over 1,800
Annie Gowen, Rama Lakshmi and Anup Kaphle
Rescuers and medical workers were overwhelmed as the injured flooded into hospitals and Nepal’s capital became a tent city. The effects of the earthquake were felt in India, Tibet and Bangladesh.
GRAPHIC | A look at the areas affected by the massive temblor.
People clear rubble in Kathmandu. (AFP/Getty)
An Indian army mountaineering team reported finding 18 dead.
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Death toll climbs after Nepal earthquake
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Massive earthquake hits Nepal
Powerful earthquake rocks Nepal, hundreds dead
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