- International Business TimesNov 25 04:34 AM
Anything out of the ordinary that happens on Mount Everest will generally make the news. That’s why at first glance, the “brawl” that occurred at 23,000 feet (7,000 meters) over the weekend would appear to be just another frightening tale. But the reality is, the fight underlined questions about the evolving roles of climbers and Sherpa guides on the world’s tallest peak. The first accounts of ...
- The Weather NetworkNov 30 07:59 AM
Monday, November 30, 2015, 10:55 - The lakes that have formed near Mount Everest could posed a threats to nearby communities if they continue to grow.
Lakes are forming on top of Mount Everest's glac... - Washington Post
'Dangerous' lakes in Everest glacier - BBC News
- The Hollywood Reporter via Yahoo! NewsNov 13 09:00 PM
"It was hugely emotional, particularly going to meet the widows," Jennifer Peedom says about capturing the aftermath of the avalanche that killed 16 local guides on film. "There were some excruciating moments."
- Comox Valley RecordNov 12 12:01 PM
Lydia Bradey – first woman to climb Mount Everest without supplementary oxygen – at NIC Nov. 14
- New York PostNov 28 11:34 AM
To hear Hillary Clinton tell it, she was named for Sir Edmund Hillary, the conqueror of Mount Everest — even though she was already 6 years old when he made his famous ascent. On a visit to war-torn Bosnia in 1996, she claimed she and her entourage landed under sniper fire and had to run...
- Our Better World via Yahoo! Philippines NewsNov 30 06:09 PM
A trip to Nepal makes such an impression on a teenager, he goes on to scale Everest and raise funds for the school he volunteered at.
- Marketwired via Yahoo! FinanceNov 19 06:00 AM
From exploring Mount Everest from the safety of home, to designing the next automobile or plane, to watching a sporting event from the perspective of the coaches and players, virtual reality promises to ...
- Associated Press via Yahoo! NewsNov 16 01:24 AM
KATHMANDU, Nepal (AP) — Finnish rock band Ancara and sign-language rapper Signmark performed in the foothills of Mount Everest over the weekend to raise funds for a music school for children with hearing disabilities.
- Hartlepool MailNov 21 01:21 AM
A British mountaineer who conquered Mount Everest is coming to Hartlepool to share his story.
- CBC via Yahoo Canada NewsNov 16 06:42 AM
Finnish rock band Ancara and sign-language rapper Signmark performed in the foothills of Mount Everest over the weekend to raise funds for a music school for children with hearing disabilities. Signmark, whose real name is Marko Vuo and who was born deaf, performs his raps in sign language, sometimes with others speaking the lyrics.
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