A magnitude 7.3 earthquake has struck Nepal on Tuesday, about 76 kilometres east-north-east of Kathmandu.
It was a shallow quake with a depth of 15 kilometres which is worse for low rise structures.
After shocks are still rocking the region with a second quake measuring a 6.3-magnitude hitting a short time ago.
A major 7.8-magnitude earthquake struck on April 25, killing at least 8,046 people and injuring more than 17,800.
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