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edition.cnn.com - 11 readers, 37 Tweets - More than 4,800 people are confirmed dead from the Nepal earthquake as reports emerge of severely damaged villages near the epicenter.
bbc.com - 10 readers, 145 Tweets - Frustration grows in parts of rural Nepal over the pace of relief efforts, while a teenage boy is pulled alive out of rubble in Kathmandu.
time.com - 21 readers, 2234 Tweets - An impoverished country is struggling to cope
theguardian.com - 10 readers, 215 Tweets - With the death toll passing 7,000, aid agencies are providing vital food and shelter for survivors. Here are some of the main appeals that have opened
edition.cnn.com - 15 readers, 229 Tweets - A 7.8 magnitude earthquake rocked Nepal with devastating force early Saturday. You can help the people of Nepal recover and rebuild.
mercurynews.com - 11 readers, 100 Tweets - Silicon Valley tech firms, including Facebook and Google, are pitching in to aid rescue and relief efforts after a 7.8-magnitude earthquake hit Nepal on Saturday killing thousands of people.
npr.org - 10 readers, 803 Tweets - The earlier you give, the better. In the days after a disaster, outside help is critical. But you need to be careful. For example, you might think twice if a charity hasn't worked in Nepal till now.