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  1. Faircloth & Supply's Phoebe Dahl Dreams of Being Peter PanRead the original story

    2 hrs ago | Racked

    Faircloth & Supply founder Phoebe Dahl makes a good case for supporting teenage rebellion. After getting grounded for a week as a teen, the LA designer cured her boredom by learning how to sew.

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  2. In Nepal, second quake brings second chance for one little girlRead the original story

    2 hrs ago | GantDaily.com

    Sometimes, life takes twists so fortuitous that they seem inevitably predetermined. That may be the case for Maya Gurung, a 10-year-old girl suffering in post-earthquake Nepal.

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  3. Nepal: UN underscores need to act before monsoon rains risk further disasterRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Newkerala.com

    As Nepalese communities devastated by two major earthquakes struggle to restore and rebuild, United Nations humanitarian workers and their partners are in a fierce race against time to reach survivors in the remote mountains before the monsoon rains hit and further complicate logistics. The monsoon is just four weeks away, and will bring with it a high possibility of increased landslides, making it extremely difficult if not impossible to bring timely relief aid and recovery support to communities in rural areas, said Magdy Martnez-Solimn, Director of the UN Development Programme Bureau for Policy and Programme Support.

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  4. Nepal: UN underscores need to act now before monsoon rains risk further disasterRead the original story

    21 hrs ago | United Nations

    The interior of an old school bus, which, 14 people from two families in Nepal, have converted into temporary living quarters. Photo: UNDP Nepal/Laxmi Prasad Ngakhusi 21 May 2015 – As Nepalese communities devastated by two major earthquakes struggle to restore and rebuild, United Nations humanitarian workers and their partners are in a fierce race against time to reach survivors in the remote mountains before the monsoon rains hit and further complicate logistics.

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  5. Pack bags for dream destinationsRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | The Telegraph

    The tremors, which destroyed many ancient temples and popular backpacking trails in the Himalayan nation, also seems to have hit the outbound tourist flow from the state this summer. Until last year, thousands of people from Bihar used to flock to Kathmandu via a stopover at Chitwan National Park and Pokhara.

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  6. Samaritan's Purse Team in Dolakha Captures 7.3 Quake on VideoRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 18 | CNN

    He shared this video of the 7.3 magnitude aftershock that struck on May 12. The video was shot by Bikram Rai, an interpreter working with Samaritan's Purse. - davidw , CNN iReport producer I am currently in Kathmandu, Nepal with international relief organization Samaritan's Purse, which is providing aid to the victims of the recent earthquake.

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  7. Neil heads to Nepal to lend a handRead the original story

    Thursday | Cooma-Monaro Express

    Local man and Rotarian, Neil Brown headed for earthquake ravaged Nepal on Monday with long time friend Ong Chhu Sherpa, to deliver donated funds to an orphanage in Kathmandu and assess what assistance is most needed in Mr Sherpa's home village in the Mount Everest region. Mr Brown is travelling in a private capacity to support his long time friend, Mr Sherpa, whom he met on Anzac Day 29 years-ago while trekking in Nepal.

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  8. Nepal authorities try to block Missionaries of Charity aidRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 20 | St. Anthony Messenger

    Members of the Missionaries of Charity had to spend more than two hours waiting at police headquarters for clearance before they could deliver food, blankets and other promised relief to earthquake victims in a remote mountainous area of Nepal. The group of six sisters, eight brothers and about six volunteers had asked for police accompaniment on their May 16 mission because, on an earlier trip, they had been accosted by looters while carrying aid to people trapped in the mountains overlooking Kathmandu Valley.

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  9. Earthquakes cause tremors in Toronto: FioritoRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Toronto Star

    We come to Canada from all over the world, which means that anywhere in the world is here. It also means that what happens to those who live there is also happening to us here.

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  10. Mountain Village in Nepal Spared Significant Damage from Latest Major...Read the original story

    Thursday | PRWeb

    The May 12 earthquake struck shortly after a team of 16 Volunteer Ministers reached a mountainous district some 86 kilometers north of Kathmandu. The Volunteer Minister "helps his fellow man on a volunteer basis by restoring purpose, truth and spiritual values to the lives of others."

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  11. Nepal authorities try to block Missionaries of Charity delivering aidRead the original story

    Wednesday May 20 | The Catholic Sun Phoenix

    Members of the Missionaries of Charity had to spend more than two hours waiting at police headquarters for clearance before they could deliver food, blankets and other promised relief to earthquake victims in a remote mountainous area of Nepal. The group of six sisters, eight brothers and about six volunteers had asked for police accompaniment on their May 16 mission because, on an earlier trip, they had been accosted by looters while carrying aid to people trapped in the mountains overlooking Kathmandu Valley.

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  12. flydubai announces fourth destination in PakistanRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 20 | Al Bawaba

    Dubai-based flydubai today announced direct flights to Quetta in Pakistan. Flights to the airline's fourth destination in the country will commence on 11 June 2015 with three flights a week.

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  13. India by its side, Nepal takes first steps on recovery roadRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 20 | The Indian Express

    As a crowd gathers in Bhaktapur, over 20 Army personnel from Nepal and India ask people to stand back. One man stays with the personnel.

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  14. Ramsbury student raises funds for Nepal after experiencing earthquake disasterRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 19 | This is Wiltshire

    The 19-year-old from Ramsbury was in Kathmandu visiting friends at the time of the disaster on April 25. He managed to get a flight on the Wednesday after the earthquake organised by the charity he was volunteering for - FutureSense Foundation. He said: "I could feel it in my legs and I could see buildings falling down behind me and there was dust everywhere.

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  15. Slovak aid to Nepal remains groundedRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 19 | Slovak Spectator

    THOUGH three weeks have passed since the devastating earthquake in Nepal, the government is still struggling to transport six tons of humanitarian aid to the stricken country because Slovak airplanes are not able to land there. Slovak humanitarian organisations have also criticise the government for providing 30,000 in financial aid to the foreign humanitarian organisation World Vision International instead of domestic ones.

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  16. Basingstoke hospital staff will travel to Nepal to help earthquake victimsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 19 | Basingstoke Gazette

    Priya Rai, Shanti Pun and Sabita Limbu, who are all Nepalese, are funding their own travel costs to visit remote areas of the country, to support the relief efforts following the 7.8 magnitude earthquake which hit the capital Kathmandu and its surrounding areas on April 25, claiming the lives of more than 8,000 people. They will be part of a team of 10 nurses and doctors who will join more than 20 others who have already travelled to Nepal from the south east of England in the last two weeks, to work in remote villages where help has to come on foot, after landslides closed off routes for vehicles. 1 comment

  17. Uvaggio's First Ever "Sommelier Slam"; Taste of Nepal FundraiserRead the original story

    Monday May 18 | Eater

    The Genuine Hospitality Group , Eric Larkee . Guests will dine on a three-course dinner with two pairings selected for each dish in addition to a charcuterie and champagne reception and dessert finale.

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  18. Nepal earthquake: The village wiped off the map in a few terrifying secondsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 17 | Crofs Blogs

    Even in a country that has seen so much devastation and so much personal heartbreak, what happened to the village of Langtang is in a different league. Moments after the earthquake struck, a massive expanse of ice fell thousands of feet, creating an avalanche that wiped out a community where 400 people lived and where, at that moment, nearly 100 foreign trekkers are believed to have been.

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  19. Column: Nepal gives bootstrap entrepreneurism a new meaningRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 16 | Farmington Daily Times

    From the surprising number of tourism-related features, I assumed they had government help. In this poor but well established mecca for adventure travelers, the hiking trails were well developed, nicely painted signs directed hikers to the different hotels, English was widely spoken.

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  20. Worcester paramedic takes trip in Nepal PM's helicopter to save injured womanRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 15 | Malvern Gazette

    A FLIGHT in the Prime Minister of Nepal's private helicopter helped a Worcester paramedic save a seriously injured woman's life. West Midlands Ambulance Service 's Phil Llewellyn, from Norton, is helping out in the disaster-stricken country which is reeling from two earthquakes.

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