More quakes in Nepal

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Two weeks after the 7.8-magnitude earthquake killed more than 8,000 people in Nepal, India and China on April 25, an earthquake centered 47 miles east of Kathmandu and measuring 7.3 struck on May 12, killing at least 55 people in Nepal, India and China and injuring more than 1,000.

As of May 21, some roads in Nepal continued to be impassable, but most were open to relief services and civilian traffic.

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Two weeks after the 7.8-magnitude earthquake killed more than 8,000 people in Nepal, India and China on April 25, an earthquake centered 47 miles east of Kathmandu and measuring 7.3 struck on May 12, killing at least 55 people in Nepal, India and China and injuring more than 1,000.

As of May 21, some roads in Nepal continued to be impassable, but most were open to relief services and civilian traffic.