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April 25, 2015 06:33
Nepalese rescue members remove the body from Darahara Tower in Kathmandu on April 25, 2015. (AFP Photo / Prakash Mathema)
Over 1,800 killed after 7.9-magnitude earthquake strikes Nepal
A 7.9-magnitude earthquake has struck Nepal and India, killing more than 1,800 people and injuring hundreds. The most severe damage was seen in Nepal’s capital, Kathmandu, where buildings collapsed, burying people alive under the rubble.
Google X executive Dan Fredinburg and host Sophia Bush (Michael Buckner/Getty Images for VH1/AFP) Top Google executive killed in Nepal quake, 100s of foreign tourists missing
The head of privacy at the secretive Google X facility was one of the 18 people killed in an avalanche at Mount Everest, triggered by the Nepal earthquake. Hundreds of foreign nationals are also feared dead or are missing.
Screenshot from youtube video by Vocativ ‘We’ve arrived’: ISIS wing in Yemen releases first video, threatens Houthis
The Islamic State has declared its official presence in war-torn Yemen as the jihadists posted a video online, threating to “cut the throats” of Shiite Houthi rebels.
People inspect the site of an air strike in Yemen's northwestern city of Saada (Reuters / Stringer)
‘We got lucky with Russia’: US citizen’s family to RT after Yemen evacuation
The lack of clarity over the evacuation of US citizens from Yemen continues, as more Americans are lifted from the warzone by Russian planes. A relieved family of 10 spoke to RT amid Washington’s continuing inaction.
A Yemeni girl holds a baby in a temporary shelter after fleeing violence in Yemen, at the port town Bosasso in Somalia's Puntland (Reuters / Feisal Omar) 115 children killed in month of Saudi-led operation in Yemen – UN
At least 115 children have been killed and 172 injured in Yemen as the Saudi-led operation against Shiite Houthi militia forces enters its fifth week, UN agency said, adding that the total number of the dead and wounded kids may be even higher.
Nepalese mahout rides an elephant past the 19th century Dharahara Tower in Kathmandu on October 27, 1998 (L), and rescue members and onlookers gather at the base of the collpased tower following an earthquake in Kathmandu on April 25, 2015 (R). (AFP Photo / Devendra M Singh / Prakash Mathema / Files) 'Before' & 'After' images of Nepal's key landmarks show scale of devastation (PHOTOS)
A number of Nepal's iconic UNESCO World Heritage sites and landmarks, including the Dharahara Tower built for a queen, have been destroyed following the earthquake that hit the country Saturday morning, killing over 2,000 people.
Reuters / Navesh Chitrakar More devastation: 6.7 magnitude aftershock earthquake strikes Nepal
​A fresh 6.7 magnitude earthquake struck 17km south of Kodari, Nepal, on Sunday morning triggering avalanches on Mt. Everest and raising fresh fears after Saturday's 7.9 quake claimed thousands of lives.
Screenshot from youtube video Aussie doc says ISIS needs medical 'brothers & sisters' in ‘jihad’ against West
A young Australian doctor has appeared in an Islamic State propaganda video calling on medical "brothers and sisters" from around the world to come to Syria to join the "Jihad for Islam" against the West.
Screenshot from youtube video by Video news Russian twerking redux: Women jailed for ‘inappropriate’ dancing next to WWII memorial (VIDEO)
Three young women in southern Russia will serve up to 15 days in prison, on charges of hooliganism, after posting a video of themselves performing the hip-hop dance on YouTube, with a war memorial looming in the background.
Tunnel that may lead to a royal tombs discovered underneath the Quetzalcoatl temple in the ancient city of Teotihuacan (Reuters / INAH / Files / Handout via Reuters) Quicksilver trail: Liquid mercury could lead to king’s tomb in mysterious pre-Aztec city
An archaeologist has made the startling discovery of liquid mercury beneath an ancient pyramid in Mexico, which predates the Aztecs. This could mean the presence of a royal tomb right below one of the most cryptic cities in the Americas.
People survey a site damaged by an earthquake, in Kathmandu, Nepal, April 25, 2015. (Reuters / Navesh Chitrakar) Devastating 7.9-magnitude quake strikes Nepal, India LIVE UPDATES
Hundreds of people have been killed after a 7.9-magnitude earthquake struck Nepal and India with the most severe damage seen in Nepal’s capital, Kathmandu. The quake also caused an avalanche on Mount Everest.
WFIRST telescope (Image from nasa.gov) NASA plans to use spy telescopes in dark-energy mission - report
Two former spy telescopes are now being scrutinized by NASA for use in a new scientific space mission, which would study mysterious dark energy, according to a senior official involved in the project.
A Royal New Zealand Air Force Corporal salutes as she participates in the dawn ANZAC (Australian and New Zealand Army Corps) Day 100th anniversary commemoration at Sydney's Cenotaph war memorial in Australia, April 25, 2015. (Reuters/Jason Reed) Turkey, Western leaders remember centenary of Gallipoli landings (PHOTOS)
Turkish officials and world leaders marked the World War I Allied Gallipoli campaign, a bloody battle won by the Ottoman Empire. Armenia has accused Ankara of deliberately bringing the remembrance forward to overshadow Armenian genocide commemorations.
Reuters/Ammar Awad Israeli soldiers kill 16yo Palestinian wielding butcher’s knife
A Sixteen-year-old Palestinian armed with a large knife was shot dead by Israeli troops in eastern Jerusalem. Israeli police said he tried to attack border patrol officers near a checkpoint.

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