- IANS via Yahoo Maktoob NewsJun 30 01:11 AM
Beijing, June 30 (IANS) The Mount Everest base camp in Tibet will be reopened to climbers on July 1, the tourism authorities said on Tuesday. The base camp was closed for safety reasons following the 7.9-magnitude earthquake on April 25 that killed climbers and guides on Nepal's side of the mountain. Roads leading to the base camp will be subjected to periodic traffic controls, a spokesperson ...
- UPIJun 16 09:26 PM
Kate Stanton KATHMANDU, Nepal, June 16 (UPI) -- Mount Everest shifted southwest after the deadly 7.8-magnitude earthquake that struck Nepal in April, Chinese officials reported Tuesday.
- The InquisitrJun 17 08:36 AM
Every year, mountain climbers brave the heights of Mount Everest, the tallest peak in the world. Unfortunately, a large number of would-be Mount Everest conquerors lost their lives during the recent earthquake that hit Nepal, resulting in sudden, deadly avalanches. The astronomical earthquake that hit Nepal earlier this year on April 25, measuring a whopping Mount Everest Drastically Moved ...
- Time MagazineJun 16 05:01 PM
The April 25 quake left more than 8,500 people dead
- AFP via Yahoo! NewsJun 16 02:41 AM
A devastating earthquake that hit Nepal in April moved Mount Everest three centimetres (just over an inch) to the southwest, but did not change its height, according to Chinese research published on Tuesday. The 7.8-magnitude quake reversed the gradual northeasterly course of the world's highest peak, which straddles Nepal and China, the National Administration of Surveying, Mapping and ...
- LiveScience.com via Yahoo! NewsJun 16 04:02 PM
The incredible energy unleashed by the magnitude-7.8 earthquake that hit Nepal on April 25 moved Mount Everest more than an inch. The world's tallest mountain shifted 1.18 inches (3 centimeters) to the southwest during the quake, according to the state-run China Daily newspaper, which cited a new report by China's National Administration of Surveying, Mapping and Geoinformation. But Everest's ...
- Rappler.comJun 16 10:21 PM
The world's tallest peak, Mount Everest, moved 3 centimeters (1.2 inches) to the southwest because of the Nepal earthquake that devastated the country in April, Chinese state media reported Tuesday, June 16. The 7.8-magnitude quake reversed the gradual northeasterly course of the mountain, according to a report in the state-run ...
- NBC NEWSJun 17 11:21 AM
The incredible energy unleashed by the magnitude-7.8 earthquake that hit Nepal on April 25 moved Mount Everest more than an inch.
- EarthSkyJun 16 04:36 AM
Located on the China-Nepal border, Mount Everest - highest mountain on Earth - sits where two of Earth's great land plates meet. Thus it's always moving ...
- rediff.comJun 16 07:53 AM
Mount Everest moved three centimetres during the recent devastating earthquakes in Nepal but contrary to earlier reports the height of world's tallest mountain has not been affected, Chinese official monitoring agency said.
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