Death toll after the catastrophic Nepal earthquake rose again as according to the Nepal Red Cross Society, more than 8,413 people were killed.
On Thursday, the UN stressed that the threat of disease is increasingly hangs over the earthquake-stricken nation as the country's water, sanitation and hygiene infrastructure struggles to recover.
“We are very concerned about the increased risk of communicable diseases, including diarrhoea, in areas where hygiene and sanitation systems are disrupte...
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