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Nepal earthquake: From dawn to dusk as Kathmandu rebuilds

The magnitude 7.8 tremor that pummelled already-impoverished Nepal last month is now known locally as the Great Quake.

Another jolt this week brought about new suffering.

In the capital, Kathmandu, Nepalis are trying to pick up the pieces and get on with their lives, despite the challenges.

Transport is running again and businesses are reopening.

So what now for the city, famed for its energy, warmth and mystique?

BBC journalists spent a day hearing from those who have been affected in a city trying to get back on its feet.

Filmed and edited by Abdujalil Abdurasulov. Produced by Olivia Lang.

  • 14 May 2015
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