Two foreign climbers die on Mount Everest

2 foreign climbers died on Mount Everest says Nepal official

2 foreign climbers died on Mount Everest says Nepal official

A Nepal mountaineering official says two foreign climbers have been reported dead on Mount Everest.

Shrestha said Kuriki's body was around the Camp 2 area while the Macedonian climber's body was at a higher elevation.

Details about Kuriki's death are still not clear, but several media outlets reported the climber fell ill when he was descending part of the mountain and lost radio communication with his team.

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Mr Kuriki made headlines through his dogged refusal to accept defeat, returning to the highest mountain in the world after each of seven failed attempts more determined to reach the 8,848m (29,029ft) summit.

Officials also confirmed to Reuters that scores of climbers had successfully made it to the top of Everest this month taking the benefit of good weather.

"We are in shock", said Tika Ram Gurung, the managing director of Bochi-Bochi Trek, the climbing company that organized Mr. Kuriki's trip. He further added, "Sherpas found his body inside the tent".

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In 2015, he tried again to scale the peak in the autumn climbing season, just months after devastating quakes killed almost 9,000 people in Nepal and halted expeditions on the mountain. Earlier, Russian climber Rustem Amirov died of altitude sickness while attempting to climb Mt Lhotse near Camp II on May 17. "I want to make it very carefully".

He lost all but one of his fingers to frostbite during an attempt in 2012.

Nepal has allowed more than 340 foreign climbers to ascend the peak during the current season, which started in March and continues through this month.

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More than 290 people have died trying to climb Mount Everest. Second image: Nobukazu poses with Nepalese flag after speaking engagement.

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