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Powerful Aftershock Hits Nepal as Death Toll Rises

A powerful 6.7-magnitude aftershock rumbled through Nepal on Sunday, sending people running for safety and threatening more damage a day after a devastating earthquake killed nearly thousands in five different nations, NBC News reported. A Nepal police official on Sunday said at least 2,152 people were confirmed dead following the massive quake, The Associated Press reported. Climbers reported more avalanches on Mount Everest, even as choppers landed near base camp to evacuate the injured. The aftershock struck as aid had started to arrive in the impoverished mountain nation, with Indian military planes shipping 200 rescuers and 43 tons of food and emergency supplies. "Our people on the ground have found the overall situation to have been worse than their worst fears," said Save the Children, one of the many aid groups sending emergency teams to Nepal. Read »
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Saturday, Apr 25, 2015 at 9:53 PM

How to Help Victims of the Nepal Earthquake

Saturday, Apr 25, 2015 at 5:33 AM
 

It was a sound like thunder.... It was really shaking shaking shaking.  

— Shristi Mainali a 21-year-old nursing student in Kathmandu, Nepal, describing Saturday's 7.9-magnitude earthquake there.
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By Michael Rodio

PHOTOS: Deadly Earthquake Rocks Nepal

A powerful 7.9-magnitude earthquake struck Nepal on Saturday, killing hundreds... See Full Gallery »

Sunday, Apr 26, 2015 at 2:13 AM

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WATCH: Cecily Strong's Best Jokes at Correspondents' Dinner

"Saturday Night Live" cast member Cecily Strong levied her characteristically biting humor during her stint as celebrity host of the the White House Correspondents' Dinner on Saturday night, earning laughs for digs at journalists, the Secret Service and even President Obama himself. "The Washington Hilton is great," the one-time "Weekend Update" host said. "I bet when the president walked in and saw all those bellhops he thought, 'Finally, some decent security.'" Read »
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