Tej Rokka is a Nepali pastor who works with the evangelical group Climbing for Christ. He's standing inside Savior Alone Redeems Asians church, in Kathmandu, where he preaches. Sworup Nhasiju hide caption

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A Girl Gets Her Period And Is Banished To The Shed: #15Girls
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Members of Task Force 2 from the Los Angeles County Fire Department recovered survivors from a building that collapsed in May after a major aftershock in Singati, a mountain village in Nepal. Kashish Das/AP hide caption

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From California To Kathmandu, Task Force 2 Responds To Disasters
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Shahjahan Selim was injured as he helped rescue survivors of the Bangladesh factory collapse. Today he runs a small grocery shop on the outskirts of Dhaka, the capital city. Courtesy of Amiruzzaman/ActionAid hide caption

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The Nirgul Tablet. Each digital replication becomes more complete and higher-resolution as the project collects more photos and videos of the artifacts. Project Mosul hide caption

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Cyber Archaeologists Rebuild Destroyed Artifacts
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