The earthquake that ripped through Nepal early on Saturday morning has now claimed more than 3,200 lives, with aftershocks triggering a second avalanche on Mouth Everest.
The UK’s foreign office has confirmed there are no reports of Britons being injured or killed, but several British citizens are believed to be trapped on Everest and are still awaiting rescue.
The Nepalese capital Kathmandu lies devastated by the quake (AP)
Thousands have set up camp in squares and open spaces in Kathmandu (AP)
Tents in the Chuchepati neighbourhood of Kathmandu (AP)
A police officer gives out emergency tents to survivors (AP)
A man grieves at a funeral pyre (AP)
A woman grieves in Kathmandu (AP)
Grieving woman hold their relatives’ hands at the funeral pyres in Kathmandu (AP)
Bodies of victims are lined up outside a hospital (AP)
Medics have to resort to numbering bodies (Reuters)
A health worker examines a baby (AP)
Suresh Parihar and his daughter survived the quake (AFP/Getty)