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· May, 2016

Stories about Nepal from May, 2016

Recent Rhino Translocation in Nepal Hints at Bright Future for the Vulnerable Animals

Conservationists around the world have a reason to smile– a baby was born to a rhino translocated few months ago to Bardia National Park from Chitwan National Park in Nepal.

A Flurry of Poaching Cases Casts a Cloud Over Nepal's Tiger Conservation Efforts

"If the tiger is conserved, the forest will be conserved, the conserved forest will conserve the tiger. So, conserve humans on this planet by conserving the tiger and the forest."

The Jacaranda Flower Bloom Has Painted Kathmandu a Lovely Shade of Blue

"Rarely does the blvd look as gorgeous as it does when its #jacaranda are in bloom."

Canadian Man Forced to Leave Nepal Over Controversial Tweets

Robert Penner, a Canadian man who currently finds himself mired in a controversy about a series of provocative tweets, left Nepal after the Supreme Court postponed his appeal hearing.

About our Nepal coverage

Historical Monuments after the earthquake at Kathmandu Durbar Square. Image by Ajaya Manandhar. Copyright Demotix (25/4/2015)

The earthquake that shook Nepal on April 25 claimed more than 8,000 lives and injured twice as many people. Around 8 million people have been affected with at least 2 million displaced. 1.4 million are in need of food assistance. Reaching remote areas presents a special challenge.

Read our special coverage of the Nepal quake »


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