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Almost every year, the reports filter down from the highest mountain in the world, and talk among the climbing teams at Everest Base Camp turns to the latest person to die.Ten people have died so far in a series of accidents this climbing season, four more than mountaineering officials expect in a typical year.Authorities said Wednesday Sherpa rescuers found the bodies of four climbers inside a tent at the highest camp on Everest, just under a thousand meters from the summit. Climbers who had permits for the 2014 season were allowed to receive a free replacement permit until 2019, while climbers with 2015 permits were given only until this year.
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