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The bodies of seven climbers, including several Britons, who went missing on India’s second highest mountain have been recovered.
Eight people – four Britons, two Americans, one Indian and one Australian – vanished on Nanda Devi East in the Himalayas just under a month ago.
Britons - Martin - Moran - Expedition - Leader
Britons Martin Moran, the expedition leader, John McLaren, Rupert Whewell and Richard Payne were in the missing group.
It is not yet known whose remains have been recovered.
Climbers - May - Day - Snow - Avalanches
The climbers last communicated on May 26, a day before heavy snow and massive avalanches hit the mountain.
The team was attempting to reach the top of an unclimbed 6477metre peak in a remote area when they disappeared.
Bodies - Indo-Tibetan - Border - Altitude - Metres
The bodies were found by the Indo-Tibetan Border, at an altitude of more than 5,000 metres. They will be brought back to base camp to be formally identified.
Police spokesman Vivek Kumar Pandey said the search for the eighth body would continue today.
Mr - Moran - Tyneside - Mountain - Guide
Mr Moran, originally from Tyneside, has been a mountain guide since 1985 and set up his company...
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