Many residents in Kathmandu spent a sleepless night outside after Saturday's 7.8 magnitude earthquake that left over 2,200 dead and toppled iconic city monuments. Amid large aftershocks, international aid is starting to arrive in Nepal.
ByBikash Sangraula, Correspondent
One day after a massive Himalayan earthquake, strong aftershocks continue to sow fear and confusion here. Crowds of people who had spent the night under open skies, barely sleeping, wandered through the city trying to understand the extent of the devastation.