At least 37 people are thought to have been killed in Nepal after another major earthquake there.
The 7.4-magnitude tremor sent people running into the streets in the capital, Kathmandu, just two weeks after a devastating quake which killed more than 8,000 people.
A Nepalese woman stands carrying her child outside her house damaged in last month’s earthquake. Picture: AP
Concern's Ross O'Sullivan, who is leading Concern's response to last month's disaster, said: "In the last 40 minutes or so there was a fairly significant quake. We have experienced tremors almost daily (since last month's earthquake) - just a slight feeling underfoot - but nothing that had people running out of doors (until this morning).
"This one was a biggie."