Six months after a devastating earthquake, Nepal is grappling with a massive fuel shortage. The disruption of fuel supplies is an additional burden for the Nepalese economy, especially for the tourism industry.
A rupture in the main pipeline carrying jet fuel to New Zealand's largest airport has disrupted the travel plans of thousands of people. Flight cancellations and delays are expected to continue for a week.
Gas stations in Zimbabwe's capital Harare have run out of fuel amid a mounting economic crisis and people are stocking up on food. President Robert Mugabe blames social media as Privilege Musvanhiri reports.
Nepalese Sherpa workers are fixing the final route to the summit of Mount Everest and the first climb of the season could be days away.
Almost a year after a devastating earthquake, Nepal and its people are struggling to make ends meet. Food and fuel shortages are exacerbating an already critical situation, as Sophie Cousins reports from Kathmandu.
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