An overloaded bus in Nepal plunged into a canal on Sunday, killing at least 35 people, police said.
A 14-year-old Indian actress, Taruni Sachdev, was among the passengers who died in Monday's plane crash in Nepal, officials said.
CNN's Ralitsa Vassileva reports on the miraculous survival of passengers in a plane crash in Nepal.
At least four people were killed in a bomb explosion near a political rally in southeastern Nepal on Monday, authorities said.
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There's a special form of loathing reserved for a building that forces you to remove your shoes, wait in line, get groped, shell out for bad food and dash in a panic to an arbitrarily changed gate before canceling your flight.
The effort to rescue hundreds of trekkers stranded for six days in a town near Nepal's iconic Mount Everest due to bad weather continued Monday.
Bad weather around Nepal's iconic Mount Everest has stranded more than 1,500 trekkers in the area of a town near the mountain.
Six people were killed when an army plane crashed in western Nepal, authorities said Wednesday.
Magnificent snow-peaked summits and quaint thousand-year-old villages provide the backdrop for an unforgettable adventure in Nepal. Exploring the dramatic landscape on foot is nothing short of extraordinary, trekkers say.
A bus plunged into a river in eastern Nepal on Thursday, killing at least 40 people, authorities said.
Nineteen people aboard a small plane were killed Sunday when it crashed while trying to land at the airport in Kathmandu, police in Nepal said.
The death toll from a magnitude 6.9 earthquake -- and its aftershocks -- along the border of India and Nepal climbed to 21 Monday, officials said.
At least 18 people -- 13 in India and five in Nepal -- died when a magnitude-6.9 earthquake struck the northern Indian state of Sikkim near the border between the two nations Sunday night, local government officials told sister network CNN-IBN.
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Two people on motorcycles shot and wounded a Pakistani diplomatic official in Kathmandu, Nepal, on Thursday morning, authorities said.
A DeHavilland DHC-6 Twin Otter aircraft that went missing en route from Lamidanda to Kathmandu in eastern Nepal crashed in a mountainous area east of the capital, killing all 22 people aboard, an airport spokesman said Thursday.
Nepal's former crown prince was arrested Tuesday on charges of firing a pistol in a public place and threatening others, authorities said.
Nepalese authorities in Kathmandu seized ballot boxes Sunday, disrupting elections for Tibetans who were voting to elect a new prime minister and government in exile, officials said Monday.
Nepalese authorities in Kathmandu seize ballot boxes, disrupting elections for Tibetans voting to elect a prime minister.
During my final week in Nepal, I explored a disturbing mix of labor abuses.
Before venturing to this little-traveled quadrant of Nepal, I was interested to update my research on Katmandu's massage parlors and dance bars.
CNN's Max Foster speaks to human trafficking expert Siddharth Kara on the sex trafficking situation in Nepal.
A single-engine aircraft carrying 11 passengers and three crew members crashed south of Kathmandu, Nepal, Tuesday morning, government officials said, killing everyone on board.
I have spent the larger half of the last 30 years traveling constantly. For days, weeks and sometimes months at a time, all I have is what I can carry -- to airports, train stations, docks to hotels, tour buses, tents and backstage areas. From Cairo to Kabul, Kathmandu and beyond, I haul it all with me, sometimes bringing all my food and water along as well.
Three weeks into his personal search for his daughter in Nepal, Colorado lawyer Paul Sacco keeps running into this: The last trace of 23-year-old Aubrey Sacco was at a hotel a day after she began hiking in the Asian country in April.
Traveling around the world with children is difficult enough, but attempting it without using motorized transport is even more of a challenge.
A Colorado man and his son began flying to Nepal on Monday evening to help search for his 23-year-old daughter, who he says failed to contact her family after hiking there alone last month.
At least 19 people were killed when a bus plunged into a swollen river in central Nepal Thursday, police said.
Two people were killed and about a dozen others were injured when a bomb exploded in a Catholic church in Kathmandu on Saturday morning, police said.
Authorities in Nepal said Saturday they have beefed up security near the Chinese Embassy to stop any possible anti-Chinese demonstrations in the run-up to the 50th anniversary of the Dalai Lama's flight from Tibet.
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The body of a journalist who was hacked to death in southeastern Nepal was cremated Tuesday as businesses and public transportation in the town of Janakpur remained shut for a second day to protest the killing.
A Nepalese journalist who reported on women's rights and wrote several articles criticizing the dowry system was hacked to death in her room, a media rights group said Monday.
Eight people were missing and two confirmed dead after a boat capsized on Nepal's Koshi River, about 450 km (280 miles) southeast of Kathmandu, police said.
A team of German forensic experts has arrived in Nepal to identify the badly charred bodies of tourists who were among the dead in a plane crash near Mount Everest.
Amateur video of a small plane that crashed and caught fire, killing 18 people in Lukla, Nepal. (No audio)
A small plane carrying tourists from Germany and Australia hit a fence and caught fire in Nepal's Everest region Wednesday morning, killing 18 of 19 people on board, officials said.
A bus carrying about 50 passengers plunged into a river 25 miles (40 kilometers) west of Kathmandu on Friday, police said.
About 200 officers at a police camp in western Nepal have taken eight of their superiors hostage, demanding better treatment and better food in the barracks, Nepalese officials.
Nepalese police clash with Tibetan protesters who were attempting to storm the Chinese embassy visa office.
Pilot error caused the crash of a U.N. helicopter in March which killed 10 people, a Nepalese investigating official said Wednesday.
Nepal's deposed king gave up his crown of peacock feathers, yak hair and jewels on Wednesday and left his palace forever
Nepal's king will have 15 days to leave the palace after his centuries-old throne is abolished, officials said Wednesday, hours before they were expected to declare the country a republic
Police fanned out across Nepal's capital Tuesday as a new assembly that is widely expected to abolish the country's 239-year-old monarchy was sworn in
Police and Pro-Tibetan demonstrators clash outside the Chinese embassy in Kathmandu, Nepal.
Nepalese police detained more than 500 Tibetan exiles decrying a crackdown in their homeland in a protest near the Chinese Embassy on Thursday
Polls opened in Nepal Thursday in an election marred by an outburst of bloodshed that has left eight people dead and stoked fears of more violence on voting day.
Nepalese police shot and killed a demonstrator Wednesday as he protested the killing of a political candidate a day earlier, police said.
A candidate in Nepal's upcoming elections was shot and killed little more than a day before voters go to the polls, authorities said Wednesday. Six other leftist activists were killed elsewhere in the country, police said.
Nepalese police arrested 84 Tibetan exiles who were staging an illegal protest at China's embassy visa office in Kathmandu on Saturday, a continuation of anti-Chinese demonstrations that began earlier in the month.
Live video showed scores of Chinese police searching door to door in a section of Lhasa Sunday as part of a crackdown following violent protests in the Tibetan capital that may have left as many as 100 dead.
CNN's Jaime FlorCruz reports on a heavy security presence in Tibet's capital after last week's violent protests.
From Sydney to Seoul, demonstrators are protesting China's crackdown in Tibet. CNN's Alphonso Van Marsh reports.
The alleged mastermind of a kidney transplant scheme in India has been arrested, a Nepalese minister of state told CNN.
Authorities in a remote region of Nepal searched downstream up to 20 miles (30 km) for bodies Wednesday, one day after a suspension bridge collapsed, sending hundreds of Hindu festivalgoers into the water below.
Rescuers were searching through the night Tuesday for hundreds of people who fell into a river after a footbridge collapsed during a religious festival in Nepal.
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We went from store to store in Kathmandu, Nepal, talking with shopkeepers and trying to find one of the country's thousands of "kamlaris" or female-child bonded laborers.
Weather conditions hindered Sunday the search for a helicopter carrying 24 people that crashed in a remote area of Nepal, authorities said.
A helicopter with 24 people on board -- including Western aid workers and Nepalese diplomats -- reportedly crashed Saturday in a remote Nepalese village.
Nepalese politicians have returned to Parliament for the first time in four years following weeks of bloody protests and political turmoil that eventually forced the king to hand power back to elected officials.
Nepal's seven-party opposition alliance called off a massive protest planned for Tuesday, replacing it with a "victory rally" following the king's decision to restore democracy in the Himalayan kingdom.
Nepalese authorities have announced another daytime curfew in the capital, one day after Maoist rebels attacked government buildings in the eastern part of the country.
Members of the seven political parties that launched massive protests against the absolute rule of Nepal's King Gyanendra were meeting Saturday to begin the process of forming a new government, one day after the king vowed to return political power to the people.
Heavy rain and a strong police presence doused a protest Saturday by about 200,000 marchers who headed toward the palace in another show of opposition to the absolute rule of Nepal's King Gyanendra, who vowed to return political power "to the people" the day before.
Police have opened fire on pro-democracy activists on the outskirts of Kathmandu, killing three people and injuring at least 100 others, police sources told CNN, as protests against King Gyanendra entered their third week.
A small group of pro-democracy protesters have returned to the streets of Nepal's capital, one day after police killed three when they opened fire on a crowd.
Activists are vowing to go ahead with plans for massive street protests in Kathmandu Thursday, despite an 18-hour government curfew that came into effect at 2 a.m. (8:15 p.m. Wednesday GMT) and a threat to shoot violators.
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Nepalese police shot and killed a protester Sunday in the Banepa region when pro-democracy protesters tried to storm a police post, a government official said.
A woman who was watching violent pro-democracy protests from her apartment in Katmandu died Sunday, one day after she was accidentally shot in the chest by police, a hospital doctor said.
Police have arrested at least 75 party officials in the second day of protests called by political parties opposed to King Gyanendra's rule, government officials said.
Fifteen Maoist rebels and six Nepalese soldiers died in an armed confrontation that occurred in a remote area south of Kathmandu, according to the United Defense Forces.
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More than a hundred political party workers were arrested in Nepal on Monday for staging anti-king protests, said Nepali Congress, one of the five parties opposing King Gyanendra's takeover of absolute power on February 1.
Nepal's police have summoned the editor of the country's largest circulating newspaper Kantipur to appear at a local police post in the capital Kathmandu Thursday morning.
Nepal remains gripped by political tension, with rebels helping to break more than a hundred prisoners out of jail, and police quashing a protest in the capital Kathmandu.
Leaders from around the world have condemned the decision by Nepal's King Gyanendra to dismiss the government and declare a state of emergency.
King Gyanendra says he has dissolved the government of Nepal and has declared a state of emergency as he takes control of the Himalayan kingdom.
At least a dozen people were injured Tuesday when a powerful bomb went off in the Nepalese capital, Kathmandu.
Nepal's government has issued a curfew in Kathmandu after violence broke out in retaliation for the killing of 12 Nepalese hostages in Iraq.
Protesters in Kathmandu have expressed disbelief and frustration after learning of the deaths of 12 Nepalese hostages in Iraq.
Maoists rebels have lifted a blockade that cut Nepal's capital Kathmandu off from the rest of the country for a week.
Hundreds of Maoist rebels attacked a remote district headquarters in northwestern Nepal early Sunday, killing at least one soldier, according to police.
Two bombs have exploded in Nepal's capital Kathmandu as an unprecedented rebel blockade of the city enters its third day.
Nepal's capital Kathmandu has only a few days worth of fresh produce and cooking fuel, officials say, as a rebel blockade enters its third day.
Kathmandu has been cut off from the rest of the country for the second day of an indefinite blockade of the Nepalese capital by Maoists rebels.
Hundreds of Maoist rebels have stormed a police station in Nepal overnight, sparking a three-hour gun battle that killed nine police officers and left an undetermined number of rebels dead, according to police.
The mayor of Birgunj in southern Nepal was shot and killed by suspected Maoist rebels.