Too scared to return to their quake-damaged homes, residents are camping outside on the streets in Nepal.
Relief aid is slowly being distributed to people affected by two large quakes in three weeks.
One woman in a makeshift camp in Kathmandu told reporters: “They have made some arrangements here but they are not sufficient. They gave us some food, but it’s already cooked and eaten. We need more help.”
Police now say at least 100 people died and up to 2,500 were injured in a 7.3 magnitude quake on Tuesday.
People had barely started to recover from the massive 7.8 quake on April the 25th, which killed some 8,000 people.
As relief and rescue operations continue, a search is ongoing for a US Marine helicopter that has gone missing with eight people on board.
For #Nepal: What #WFP has done and what we are still hoping to do — http://t.co/w986HAaXSN #food
UN</a> <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/NepalQuake?src=hash">#NepalQuake</a> <a href="http://t.co/owTG3mcfFm">pic.twitter.com/owTG3mcfFm</a></p>— World Food Programme (WFP) May 13, 2015
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StylianidesEU</a> reaffirms EU solidarity with the people and Government of <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/Nepal?src=hash">#Nepal</a>: <a href="http://t.co/37C2lzvpHg">http://t.co/37C2lzvpHg</a> <a href="http://t.co/noqp2nJY0p">pic.twitter.com/noqp2nJY0p</a></p>— EU Humanitarian Aid (eu_echo) May 13, 2015
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