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    1. Loeb is a 40-year-old factory worker from Marengo, Iowa. She works second shift packaging Cheerios and Lucky Charms at the General Mills plant in nearby Cedar Rapids.                

    2. A Nepalese tourism official says the government is investigating a climbing claim by an Indian couple who are accused of altering photographs of themselves on the summit of Mount Everest.

    3. I’m standing at the summit of Mount Everest, the tallest peak on the planet. The flag I’m holding is flapping wildly in the stern breeze as I trudge forward and plant it squarely in the middle of a nice, fat lump of snow and ice. I take a moment to stop and survey the scene that only 4000 people in the history of humanity have ever witnessed. I watch as the sun sets slowly over the vast mountain...

    4. Nepal has opened an investigation into an Indian police couple accused of falsifying photographs to support their claim of summiting Mount Everest this year, an official said Monday. Indian police constables Dinesh and Tarakeshwari Rathod earlier told reporters they reached the top of the 8,848-metre (29,029-foot) peak on May 23 but their claims were thrown into doubt after fellow climbers ...

    5. As Summit County locals, we love our home, but we sure love our adventures, too. Whether it is a quick overnight road trip to chase the gnar or a flight to some exotic destination, we love to explore the world. Some trips push our comfort zone, and that can be scary, dangerous and have consequences.

    6. Only losers make excuses, insists Florenzi

      Omnisport via Yahoo! SportsJun 29 10:14 AM

      Italy taking on Germany in the last eight at Euro 2016 is akin to climbing Mount Everest, according to Alessandro Florenzi.

    7. Loeb is a 40-year-old factory worker from Marengo, Iowa. She works second shift packaging Cheerios and Lucky Charms at the General Mills plant in nearby Cedar Rapids.                

    8. Nepal says Indian police couple faked Everest photos

      AFP via Yahoo! NewsJul 06 03:15 AM

      An Indian couple falsified photographs of themselves at the top of Mount Everest to get their feat certified by Kathmandu, Nepal said Wednesday, after earlier saying the climb was valid. Dinesh and Tarakeshwari Rathod, both police constables, said they reached the top of the world's highest mountain on May 23 -- but fellow climbers cast doubt on their claim, saying their photos at the summit ...

    9. Kathmandu, July 4 (IANS) The Nepal government will take action against an Indian couple who allegedly altered photographs of themselves to falsely depict themselves on the Mount Everest summit, an official said on Monday. The couple allegedly altered photographs of themselves to show as if they had climbed the summit of Mount Everest, and action will be taken against them as per existing laws ...

    10. Indian climber, Satyarup Sidhantha holds on his right hand a photograph that shows him on Mount Everest, along with what he says is an altered version of the same used by an Indian couple to make it appear they were on the summit, as he displays them for the Associated Press in Kolkata, India, Monday, July 4, 2016. Nepal's mountaineering authorities are investigating a climbing claim by an ...

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