Nepal Seeks to Ban 2 Climbers It Says Faked Everest Summit

The Indian climbers submitted doctored photos appearing to show them atop the world’s tallest peak, Nepal says. Fake claims of Everest climbs have become common.

Nepal Seeks To Ban 2 Climbers It Says Faked Everest Summit

The New York Times – by Bhadra Sharma and Sameer Yasir

KATHMANDU, Nepal — The pictures seemed to show them at the top of the world, the summit of Mount Everest, and tourism officials in Nepal presented the two climbers with coveted certificates stating they had reached the world’s highest peak.

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