The search for trekkers who were caught up in avalanches and blizzards in Nepal is to be called off, local authorities have said.
Rescue workers said they believed all trekkers and guides on the affected routes had been helped and that no one else was stranded.
At least 38 people died during the disaster.
Yadav Koirala of Nepal's disaster management division said: "We believe that all the trekkers and guides have been helped and as far as we know there are no more people stranded on the route."
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