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A deadly avalanche in western Tibet: On July 17, more than 70 million tons of ice broke off from the Aru glacier in the mountains of western Tibet and tumbled into a valley below, taking the lives of nine nomadic yak herders living there. To perform a kind of forensic analysis of the avalanche, researchers from the Chinese Academy of Sciences joined with glaciologists from The Ohio State University; They concluded that the cause of the avalanche was likely climate change. Photo by the Chinese Academy of Sciences, courtesy of The Ohio State University.

Dharamshala — A deadly avalanche that dumped 70 million tons of ice into a valley below the mountains of western Tibet this summer was likely the result of climate change, researchers warn.

According to research, the earthquake moved Mount Everest by three centimetres. PHOTO: REUTERS

BEIJING: A devastating earthquake that hit Nepal in April moved Mount Everest three centimetres to the southwest, but did not change its height, according to Chinese research published on Tuesday.

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