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Missing mountaineers on K2 declared dead

ISLAMABAD: The three missing climbers who attempted to summit K2, the world’s second highest peak, in harsh winter conditions were officially declared dead on Thursday at a press conference in the northern town of Skardu in the disputed region of Gilgit-Baltistan.
Muhammad Ali Sadpara (45) of Pakistan, John Snorri (47) of Iceland, and Juan Pablo Mohr (33) of Chile, were last seen on February 5 at K2’s Bottleneck — a steep narrow stretch less than 400 metres below the summit, which is considered the most difficult and dangerous part of the climb.
The extreme weather thwarted multiple attempts to search for the missing climbers.
The press conference, addressed by tourism minister of G-B Raja Nasir Ali Khan, was attended by the…

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