Residents manouver a fridge out from the rubble of their destroyed house in Sankhu on the outskirts of the Nepalese capital Kathmandu April 29, 2015. (AFP/Nicolas ASFOURI)
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Nepalese riot police struggled Wednesday to hold back thousands of residents trying to leave the earthquake-hit capital Kathmandu as anger mounted at the lack of buses being laid on by the authorities.Riot police were deployed to the main bus station, near parliament, after large crowds gathered from before dawn following an announcement that extra services would be organised, according to an AFP correspondent at the scene. Scuffles broke out between crowds and authorities as the buses failed to materialise.
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