Humanitarian Crisis Growing in Nepal

Unrest in NepalNepalese protesters throw rocks at police during clashes near the Nepal-India border at Birgunj, south of Kathmandu, on Nov. 2. On the same day, Nepal police fired into a crowd of protesters trying to block a key border checkpoint and killed an Indian civilian as anger over a new constitution boiled over. (AFP/Getty Images)

As if the earthquake weren’t enough, now the Nepali people must endure the backlash from a highly controversial new constitution passed in September.  Fuel can no longer be imported from India, increasing the emergency as winter draws nearer.  Read more here:


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