Death toll in Nepal earthquake breaks 7,000

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May 3, 2015 06:23

 
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The death toll of the earthquake that stuck Nepal rose to 7,040 on Sunday morning according to Army radio.

Israeli forces are still looking for the last missing Israeli, Or Asraf, 22, who was last seen in the Langtang area of Nepal. All other Israelis who were stranded in remote areas when the earthquake hit a week ago have been rescued.

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