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A team of Japanese rescue workers stepped up their search operations on Wednesday in central Kathmandu a day after arriving in the capital to look for survivors of Saturday’s deadly earthquake.

The quake killed at least 5,000 people in Nepal and neighboring countries, and prompted throngs of foreign rescue workers and staff from nongovernmental organizations to flock to the disaster zone.

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