At least 42 people have died in another earthquake in Nepal Tuesday, and around 1,000 people have been injured. This after a larger one left at least 8,000 people dead a few weeks ago.
FOX News Radio's Alastair Wanklyn reports:
The moment the tremor struck, toppling buildings weakened by earlier shocks. Including, in Kathmandu, at least one condo and part of a temple.
One man saying the shaking was fearsome. Some survivors reportedly pulled from the wreckage.
And U.S. Marines and others have been helping to distribute aid from the last quake, so they may be well placed to help get the new injured to hospitals.
But across Nepal, people now fearful, and...
(Meteorologist) "Aftershocks are likely to continue for a while."
...India's chief meteorologist.
In the Asia Bureau, Alastair Wanklyn, FOX News Radio.