China’s Xi promises aid, development in Nepal visit | AFP

China and Nepal hailed the “beginning of a new era” in relations Sunday as President Xi Jinping ended his visit with promises of a railway and tunnel connecting the two countries.

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First health check for two red panda twins cubs | AFP

Two nine-week-old red pandas are checked for the first time by caretakers at Chester Zoo in UK. The examination reveals that the twins are a male and a female in good health. The population of red pandas, listed as endangered, has declined by 40% over the past fifty years. According to the zoo, 10,000 red pandas still live freely in their natural habitats in Nepal, Bhutan, Burma and southern China.

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Here are the top stories for Sunday, July 14th: New Orleans avoids worst of storm; Dozens dead in Nepal flooding; France celebrates Bastille Day; New York interrupted by power outage.

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Nepal marks first Everest climb in deadly season

Nepal has commemorated the anniversary of the first ascent of Mount Everest more than 60 years ago amid a climbing season marred by the highest death toll in four years. (May 29)

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Deaths rise on crowded Mount Everest

Nepal’s reluctance to limit the number of permits it issues to scale Mount Everest has contributed to dangerous overcrowding, with inexperienced climbers impeding others and causing deadly delays, seasoned mountaineers said. (May 28)

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