|Monday, 8 March|| arm rus eng |
Rescue work has resumed to find the victims and survivors of the latest deadly earthquake to hit Nepal, the BBC reports.
At least 65 people died there and nearly 2,000 were hurt in Tuesday's 7.3 magnitude quake, with fears the figures could rise. At least 17 died in India.
The search continues for a missing US aid helicopter with eight on board.
Aid agencies have appealed for funding, saying Tuesday's tremor has badly hit efforts to help those already affected by the 7.8-magnitude quake on 25 April.
Thousands of Nepalis - many of whom have not returned to their homes since the first quake, which killed over 8,000 people - spent another night in the open.