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At least seven climbers killed in Himalayas, two missing

Reuters India Saturday, 13 October 2018
At least seven climbers killed in Himalayas, two missingAt least seven mountaineers were killed after their camp on a Himalayan peak in western Nepal was hit by a storm, police said on Saturday, in the country's worst climbing disaster in two years.
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