Thousands of people have crowded into Kathmandu's airport, unable to leave Nepal following the weekend's earthquake.
A number of aid flights - including one from Britain - has been prevented from landing after aftershocks caused the airport to shut several times.
Those on the ground have complained that they are going without food and amenities at the airport as they wait to leave.
One Indian tourist said: "There is nothing to eat or even drink over here. Even if you want to pay money - still there is nothing here.
"It's been two days since we've eaten a meal, there is no place to sleep and it has been raining. We are really upset."
Four men trapped under as much as 10 foot of rubble after the Nepal earthquake were rescued when NASA technology sensed their heartbeats.
One medical worker told ITV News it was like 'entering your worst nightmare' as they tried to help look after the injured.