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Austrian photographer Alex Schlacher spent much of the past three years with the Gurkhas to document the complete story in her book.
Whole settlements were destroyed by the earthquake, and the death toll has surpassed 5,000.
The picturesque village is mostly home to families of men who join the famous British Gurkha regiment.
The death toll is rising in the densely populated Kathmandu Valley. The violent quake caused an avalanche at Mount Everest.
Frustrated by his treatment by British authorities, he filed a police complaint.
U.S. -Saudi relations: from Franklin Roosevelt’s meeting with King Ibn Saud to President Obama’s meeting with the new King Salman.
The bear hug, the fashion and, oh yeah, a new “nuclear understanding” were among the big moments.
The call took place shortly before the gunman and his brother were killed by police.
A look back at other controversies that caused outrage in the Muslim world and steps that were taken to prevent prevent any dangerous backlash.
In an address to the entire nation after midnight, the prime minister said terrorists’ days are numbered.