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Nepal quake survivor: 'I'll never feel safe again'

In Nepal, hundreds of thousands of people have spent the night out in the open after a major earthquake, the second in less than three weeks, struck on Tuesday.

Seventy-six people are known to have died but the figure is expected to rise.

The town of Chautara, where several people died in the second earthquake, was already a hub for rescuers and humanitarian aid after the first quake.

Justin Rowlatt reports.

  • 13 May 2015
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