At least 16 people are reported dead and more than 300 injured as a second earthquake has struck Nepal, this time at a magnitude of 7.3, flattening buildings 30 miles away.
The aftershocks have been felt in India and Bangladesh.Two weeks previously in Nepal, a 7.8 earthquake killed more than 8,000 people and injured more than 17,800.Muslim Aid has been distributing emergency aid since the first earthquake struck, and will step up its support in the wake of the new disaster.Our experts on the ground are responding to the immediate needs of people affected by the earthquake with shelter, clean water and sanitation.
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