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UK supplies expected to arrive in quake-hit Nepal

People gather in makeshift camps Credit: APTV

The RAF is expected to deliver much-needed supplies and reinforcements to Nepal today after more than 3,000 people were killed in the worst earthquake to hit the country in more than 80 years.

A man fills water from a water tank near a collapsed temple in Kathmandu Credit: Reuters

A police official said the death toll had risen to 3,218 people with some 6,538 injured following the quake on Saturday.

No Britons are believed to have been killed or injured, according to the Foreign Office but embassy staff have assisted 200 people.

It comes as thousands of people in Kathmandu left homeless by the quake desperately sought shelter, food and medical supplies.

A woman sits near a makeshift shelter in Kathmandu. Credit: Reuters

There were reports of the sick and wounded laying out in the open, unable to find beds in the city's devastated hospitals as the overwhelmed authorities struggle to care for the wounded and homeless.

"We are overwhelmed with rescue and assistance requests from all across the country," Deepak Panda, a member of the country's disaster management said.

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Zoo confirms giant Panda Tian Tian 'no longer pregnant'

Edinburgh Zoo has confirmed that giant Panda Tian Tian 'no longer pregnant'.

Zoo confirms giant Panda Tian Tian 'no longer pregnant' Credit: PA

Tian Tian’s hormone levels have now returned to normal, so we can confirm that she is no longer pregnant.

Panda reproduction and biology is complex; all data gathered since conception took place pointed to a pregnant panda likely to carry to full term, sadly this did not happen.

There is no evidence she has had a miscarriage, so late reabsorption of the foetus could have occurred.

– Edinburgh Zoo

The zoo said that Tian Tian remains in "great health'.

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