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Nepal rescuers battled landslide debris and communication blackouts Sunday as they frantically searched for survivors of a huge quake that killed at least 1,800 people and unleashed a deadly avalanche at Everest base camp. Residents of the devastated capital Kathmandu were woken by fresh aftershocks, with many forced to spend the night trying to sleep out on the streets and open ground in makeshift tents. Offers of help poured in from governments around the world, with the United States and European Union announcing they were sending in disaster response teams. India was flying out its stranded citizens in military planes.