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Thousands die in floods in Africa and Asia as climate change worsens
With the media focus on the chaos wrought by Hurricane Harvey in the US, floods have killed many more people in Africa and Asia this year, as climate change worsens extreme weather worldwide.
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Scores die as heavy flooding hits Bangladesh
Heavy monsoon rains have triggered deadly landslides and floods
Floods wreak havoc in Nepal
Travellers waded through deep water at Janakpur Airport in Nepal on Sunday (August 13) after landslides and flooding triggered by heavy rain killed
Nepal 'Gay Pride' brings colour to Kathmandu
Members of Nepal's LGBT community made their mark at a popular festival in the conservative Hindu-majority country
Nepali pensioner dies during bid to climb Mount Everest
An 85-year-old man from Nepal, who was attempting to become the oldest person to climb Mount Everest, has died.
Hiker, stranded in Himalayas for 47 days, returns home
A Taiwanese hiker who was rescued after being stranded in the Himalayas for 47 days has returned home.
Ueli Steck dies in fall
The "Swiss Machine" died in a fall while preparing to climb Mount Everest in Nepal.
Swiss climber Ueli Steck dies while preparing for Everest climb
A Swiss climber has died while preparing to climb Mount Everest, the world’s highest mountain.
Valery Rozov base jumps from 7,700 metres
For three years, Russia’s Valery Rozov had dreamt of base jumping off the Himalayan mountain Cho Oyu, the sixth highest peak in the world.
Valery Rozov sets new world Basejumping record
Russia's Valery Rozov has beaten his own world basejumping record in the Himalayas
Never say never: survival star Bear Grylls talks fear, masculinity and 007
Nepal bus slips off mountain road killing at least 33
A bus in Nepal has slipped off a narrow mountain road killing at least 33 people and injuring 28 others.
Mount Everest claims third fatality in as many days
An Indian climber has died on Mount Everest, becoming at least the third person to be killed on the mountain in as many days.
Dutch climber dies on Everest descent
A Dutch climber has died while descending from Everest.
Frustration in Nepal as 'aid remains unspent,' one year after deadly quakes
In Nepal life goes on, but recovery is slow
No survivors among 23 on board crashed plane in Nepal
Twenty three people – all 20 passengers and three crew – have been killed in a plane crash in Nepal on Wednesday morning. The Twin Otter plane
Bidhya Bhandari elected Nepal's first female president
Nepal has a new president, and for the first time, it’s a woman. The Himalayan nation’s parliament on Wednesday (October 28) chose Bidhya Bhandari
How is Nepal coping six months on from its devastating earthquake?
Concern is mounting for earthquake-hit communities in Nepal amid a stuttering recovery and the onset of winter.
Nepal adopts historic constitution
Nepal has adopted its first democratic constitution, a historic step which creates a secular, federal system following a campaign to create a modern
Nepal set to declare LGBT-friendly constitution
Nepal’s constitution is set to be formally declared by President Ram Baran Yadav at a ceremony on Sunday (September 20). The new charter, which was
Nepal reopens historical sites following deadly earthquakes
Monday, June 15, marked an important and significant moment for Nepal. Less than two months after two devastating earthquakes struck the Himalayan
Landslides in Nepal leave over 50 dead
Aid workers have been searching through the rubble for survivors after Thursday’s landslides struck the northeastern Nepalese region of Taplejung
Nepal schools reopen one month after devastating earthquakes
Thousands of schools in areas worst hit by two earthquakes have re-opened in Nepal, one month after the devastating tremors. With most buildings
Nepal: one month after the deadly earthquake
Hundreds of people gathered in Nepal’s capital Kathmandu on Monday (May 25), marking the one-month anniversary of April’s deadly earthquake with a