Hospitals in Nepal are struggling to treat thousands of earthquake survivors as aid groups and foreign governments intensify efforts to help.

Bali Nine pair keeping hope alive

They may have only hours to live but Myuran Sukumaran and Andrew Chan remain optimistic that justice will intervene before their executions.
A disaster official says the death toll from the 7.8 magnitude earthquake in Nepal has risen to 3617.
The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade is yet to confirm the death of an Australian among 19 people killed at Mount Everest's base camp.
Malaysian police say have arrested 12 people plotting to sow civil unrest and seized explosives.
The official death toll from Nepal's massive earthquake has risen to more than 2,350.
A powerful, magnitude 6.7 aftershock has shaken the Kathmandu area of Nepal a day after the massive earthquake.
Helicopters have landed at the Mt Everest base camp to rescue those trapped by the avalanche which killed 17 people after Nepal's earthquake.

New Zealanders safe in Nepal grows

Five Nepali staff working for a NZ company have died in the earthquake, and more than 150 New Zealanders are confirmed as safe.
The death toll from a massive earthquake which devastated large parts of Nepal has passed 2,350 but the final toll is expected to be much higher.
Pakistan's military intelligence agencies will investigate the murder of a human rights activist Sabeen Mahmud, shot after she hosted a talk on disappearances and...
Nepal urged countries to send aid to help it cope with the aftermath of a devastating earthquake that killed more than 1,300 people.
Lawyers for two Australians on death row in Indonesia and Foreign Minister Julie Bishop continue to call for the imminent executions to be halted.
The sister of an Australian Navy doctor who lost his life responding to a disaster in Indonesia has appealed for the executions of 10 people to be stopped.
India's government says at least 34 people there have been killed in the magnitude-7.8 quake that hit Nepal.

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