3 ‘savage mountain’ climbers killed – Pakistan – The Manila Times
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3 ‘savage mountain’ climbers killed – Pakistan – The Manila Times

GILGIT-BALTISTAN: Three climbers lost on Pakistan’s K2, known as the “savage mountain” are believed to have died on the mountain, a Pakistan official said, more than a week after the group went missing while trying to summit the world’s second highest peak.

Climbers John Snorri from Iceland, Juan Pablo Mohr from Chile and Muhammad Ali Sadpara of Pakistan lost contact with base camp on February 5, sparking a massive rescue effort that included military helicopters and planes.

Skardu, Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan: Raja Nasir Ali Khan (2R), provincial minister for tourism in Gilgit-Baltistan region, speaks during a press conference along with Sajid Ali Sadpara (R), the son of missing Pakistan’s climber Muhammad Ali Sadpara…

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