Powerful earthquake strikes Nepal
The US Geological Survey has registered a 7.3-magnitude earthquake in Nepal, less than three weeks after a major quake in the country left thousands dead and many more homeless.

The US Geological Survey placed the quake’s epicenter roughly 83 kilometers (52 miles) east of the capital Kathmandu, near the border with China, at 12:35 p.m. local time (0705 UTC) on Tuesday.

Shockwaves were felt as far away as the Indian capital New Delhi, while in Kathmandu people were seen running out of buildings into the streets.

The quake was measured at a shallow depth of 15 kilometers.
 
 
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