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By PBS NewsHour
Child labor often spikes following natural disasters. Nepal wants to break that mold and help kids like Dorje Lama.
By Michael Holtz, Christian Science Monitor
The massive earthquake that rocked Nepal a year ago killed thousands and displaced many more, but it also left an indelible mark on the nation’s cultural heritage, destroying centuries-old temples and monuments. As rebuilding efforts begin, conflicts are surfacing between…
One year ago, the first of two massive earthquakes ripped through Nepal, killing more than 8,000 people. Some $4 billion of assistance was pledged to the rebuilding effort, but political gridlock and corruption have left the displaced survivors to largely…
By Larisa Epatko
A Colorado nonprofit is helping the people of Nepal build structures that can withstand what Mother Nature slings their way.
The earthquake that struck central Nepal on April 25 was bad enough, but then another major quake hit two-and-a-half weeks later, causing even more physical -- and psychological -- damage, said one aid worker.
By News Desk
Some schools in areas of Nepal that were hit by two powerful earthquakes on April 25 and May 12 reopened Sunday.
In our news wrap Friday, U.S. Military officials found the wreckage of the Marine helicopter that went down outside of Kathmandu, Nepal, in an area hit hard by the latest earthquake. Six Marines and two Nepalese soldiers were on a…
In our news wrap Thursday, Malaysia and Thailand turned away three boats crammed with more than 1,100 migrants. Refugees from Bangladesh and Myanmar have been abandoned at sea by human traffickers. Also, the Taliban claimed responsibility for a hotel attack…
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