Damaged buildings lean to their sides in Kathmandu. The magnitude-7.8 earthquake shook Nepal's capital and the densely populated Kathmandu Valley, causing extensive damage with toppled walls and collapsed buildings.
Nepalese volunteers unload relief material brought in an Indian air force helicopter for victims of the earthquake at Trishuli Bazar in Nepal. The earthquake has left nearly 1 million children in need of humanitarian aid, UNICEF says.
Nepalese people gather near temporary shelters set up in open areas of an army ground in Kathmandu. In one district, 400,000 people were affected by the quake and more than 4,000 homes are now unsafe to inhabit, NPR's Julie McCarthy reports.
Residents are evacuated in a truck in Kathmandu on Sunday. A magnitude-6.7 aftershock rumbled Kathmandu and sent people running for open ground Sunday morning, a day after a massive 7.8-magnitude earthquake ravaged Nepal and the region.
In Kathmandu, tens of thousands endured freezing temperatures to sleep outside overnight for fear of further quake damage. Rescue workers and international aid teams started out at dawn to dig through rubble and debris in a desperate search for survivors.
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Instructors look down on a training exercise. "This is a fight. In Afghanistan right now, we're doing three things at the same time," Wafa says. "We're training, we're equipping and we're fighting the enemy."
An Afghan commando watches the rear of his squad prepares to enter a shoot house. Wafa joined the Afghan commandos and trained at this very base. The Green Berets took him under their wing while he was there.
Afghan Commandos line up outside the walls of a mock compound before storming in to clear the area. "My mission is to advise and teach my non-commissioned officers and make sure they're getting enough equipment, they're getting enough training," Wafa says.