Aftershocks, Aid Efforts Continue in Quake-hit Nepal

Aftershocks, Aid Efforts Continue in Quake-hit Nepal Nepal felt more aftershocks Wednesday as relief workers continued trying to distribute supplies following a 7.3 magnitude earthquake that hit weeks after another quake killed more than 8,000 people. The country's home ministry said 65 people were confirmed dead from Tuesday's earthquake, with nearly 2,000 others injured. Those numbers were expected to climb as authorities reached more remote areas. Many people spent the night outdoors, just as they did following the April 25 earthquake, with fears that aftershocks could bring down more buildings. The U.S. Geological Survey has reported about 20 aftershocks since Tuesday. The tremors have also felt in India, where at least four people died, and in Tibet, where one death was reported....
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