The U.S. State Department confirmed at least two of those killed were climbers scaling Everest or serving in a support role.
Images from on the ground in Nepal make it clear the region is very different than it was just days ago.
China pledged $2.2 million more than the United States to Nepal and sent 62 rescue workers.
Hillary Clinton, the presumptive Democratic nominee for president, stepped down from her family's foundation earlier this month.
The Stellar Wind program was first made public by Edward Snowden, a former contract employee of the U.S. National Security Agency.
Hong Kong's pro-democracy legislators appear set to reject an electoral-reform package, while China seems set to reject the prospect of any compromise.
Ethiopia anticipates $1.5 billion in foreign direct investment this year as its economy continues to show strength.
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