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Four bodies and ten tons of rubbish collected from Everest
Four bodies have been retrieved from Everest and some ten tons of garbage plucked from the mountain at the end of this year's climbing season, Nepal authorities said Monday.
Three more deaths confirmed on overcrowded Everest
Three more climbers died on Everest, expedition organizers and officials said Friday, taking the toll from a deadly week on the overcrowded world's highest peak to seven.
Nepali Sherpa completes record 23rd Everest climb
For the hardy few, climbing Everest is a bucket-list feat of endurance, danger and wonder.
Everest braces for record year amid overcrowding fears
The tented city at the foot of Mount Everest is bustling as mountaineers brace for potentially the busiest year yet on the world's highest peak, prompting concerns about overcrowding and safety.
China closes its Everest base camp to tourists
China has closed the base camp on its side of Mount Everest to visitors who do not have climbing permits.
Fighting climate change in the shadow of Mount Everest
Formed in the shadow of Mount Everest, the turquoise depths of Nepal's Imja glacial lake would be a breathtaking miracle of nature to behold -- were they not a portent of catastrophic floods.
Lakes expanding 'dangerously' in Everest glacier
Lakes that have been forming near Mount Everest could threaten settlements downstream if they overflow.
Nepal under pressure to reopen Everest route
In what could prove a highly controversial move, the Nepalese government has sent a team of Sherpas to Mount Everest to fix the route through the treacherous icefall above Base Camp so that climbing can resume on the mountain as soon as possible.
17 killed in Everest avalanche as death toll nears 2,000
An avalanche on Mount Everest, which was triggered by a deadly earthquake measuring 7.8 on the Richter scale in Nepal, has claimed the lives of at least 17 people, Nepalese officials said
1st Iranian woman to scale  Everest, Lhotse summits
Parvaneh Kazemi is an Iranian mountaineer. She is the first woman to ascend Mount Everest (the world’s highest summit with a height of 8,848 meters) and Lhotse (the world’s fourth highest summit with a height of 8,516 meters) in one season.

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