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New Everest rules will limit who gets to climb

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New Everest rules will limit who gets to climbKATHMANDU: In an effort to address deadly human traffic jams on Mount Everest and weed out inexperienced climbers, Nepali officials on Wednesday formally proposed new safety rules that could...
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