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Nearly 550 stranded tourists brought to Nepali capital

NEPAL: Around 550 tourists stranded in Lukla, the only airport for Mt. Qomolangma (also called Everest) region in Solukhumbu district due to adverse weather there over the past one week were flown to Kathmandu Saturday.

“Helicopters and planes of private airlines and Nepal Army (NA) flew around 550 stranded tourists to Kathmandu today,” said Chief District Officer (CDO) of Solukhumbu Yadav Subedi, quoted by Sunday’s Republica daily.

“There are still around 500 more stranded here in Lukla,” Subedi said.

Kathmandu, Sunday, Xinhua

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