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CBS News' Holly Williams is in Kathmandu where the dead are being counted by the thousands
In an interview with CBS News foreign affairs analyst Pamela Falk, Yukiya Amano, the director general of the International Atomic Energy Agency, revealed that he's doubtful of a deal and Iran's disclosures on IAEA concerns remain limited.
"Today is still a hopeful day" for finding survivors, but the clock is ticking and thousands need urgent medical attention
Director General Yukio Amano welcomes the six-party nuclear talks, but says that Iran's disclosures on IAEA concerns remain limited
A rural Brazilian town colonized by families fleeing Reconstruction hosts large "Festa dos Confederados" to celebrate Civil War's end
Dozens of organizations have members on the ground in Nepal and have launched online fundraisers to help victims
Crew of cargo plane that brought soldiers to Nepal also is remaining in case of a request to evacuate any American citizens
In the second-biggest ivory smuggling bust in the country's history, more than 500 elephant tusks, worth $6 million, were seized upon arrival at a major port in eastern Thailand. The ivory was hidden in tea leaf sacks from Kenya.
The country's second largest bust, and the second in a week, uncovered 511 tusks from Kenya hidden in bags of tea
Newly developed anti-satellite weapons are threatening national intelligence and communications. CBS News' David Martin joined CBSN to talk about the dangers the technology proposes.