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Sherpas demand Everest boycott after killer avalanche

23 April 2014 Last updated at 02:42 BST

Climbing on Mount Everest has come to a halt, four days after an avalanche killed 16 sherpa mountain guides.

The Nepali government has been discussing compensation with families of the victims, but some sherpas are calling for a boycott.

Mariko Oi reports.

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