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France Avalanche

India TV News Desk [ Updated: July 13, 2012 22:41 IST ]
  • Relatives of the victims of the avalanche enters the hospital near Chamonix, France, Friday, July 13, 2012. An avalanche in the French Alps swept Thursday nine climbers to their deaths on a slope leading to Mont Blanc. Three Britons, three Germans, two Spaniards and a Swiss climber were killed, and 14 people were injured in Thursday's accident below the summit of Western Europe's highest peak. (AP Photo)
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    Relatives of the victims of the avalanche enters the hospital near Chamonix, France, Friday, July 13, 2012. An avalanche in the French Alps swept Thursday nine climbers to their deaths on a slope leading to Mont Blanc. Three Britons, three Germans, two Spaniards and a Swiss climber were killed, and 14 people were injured in Thursday's accident below the summit of Western Europe's highest peak. (AP Photo)

  • A French delegation, including French Interior Minister Manuel Valls, second from right, board a police helicopter after an avalanche in the French Alps near Chamonix, France, swept at least nine climbers to their deaths, Thursday, July 12, 2012. (AP Photo/Anja Niedringhaus)
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    A French delegation, including French Interior Minister Manuel Valls, second from right, board a police helicopter after an avalanche in the French Alps near Chamonix, France, swept at least nine climbers to their deaths, Thursday, July 12, 2012. (AP Photo/Anja Niedringhaus)

  • A French rescue helicopter leaves for a search mission after an avalanche in the French Alps near Chamonix, France, swept at least nine climbers to their deaths, Thursday, July 12, 2012. About 28 climbers from Switzerland, Germany, Spain, France, Denmark and Serbia were believed to be involved in the expedition caught in the avalanche. (AP Photo/Anja Niedringhaus)
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    A French rescue helicopter leaves for a search mission after an avalanche in the French Alps near Chamonix, France, swept at least nine climbers to their deaths, Thursday, July 12, 2012. About 28 climbers from Switzerland, Germany, Spain, France, Denmark and Serbia were believed to be involved in the expedition caught in the avalanche. (AP Photo/Anja Niedringhaus)

  • French rescuers get ready to take off for another rescue search after an avalanche in the French Alps near Chamonix, France, swept at least nine climbers to their deaths, Thursday, July 12, 2012. About 28 climbers from Switzerland, Germany, Spain, France, Denmark and Serbia were believed to be involved in the expedition caught in the avalanche. (AP Photo/Anja Niedringhaus)
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    French rescuers get ready to take off for another rescue search after an avalanche in the French Alps near Chamonix, France, swept at least nine climbers to their deaths, Thursday, July 12, 2012. About 28 climbers from Switzerland, Germany, Spain, France, Denmark and Serbia were believed to be involved in the expedition caught in the avalanche. (AP Photo/Anja Niedringhaus)

  • Rescue workers take off to fly to the avalanche site in Chamonix, French Alps, Thursday, July, 12, 2012. An avalanche in the French Alps swept six European climbers to their deaths on a slope leading to Mont Blanc, and left at least nine others injured and several climbers unaccounted for, authorities said. (AP Photo)
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    Rescue workers take off to fly to the avalanche site in Chamonix, French Alps, Thursday, July, 12, 2012. An avalanche in the French Alps swept six European climbers to their deaths on a slope leading to Mont Blanc, and left at least nine others injured and several climbers unaccounted for, authorities said. (AP Photo)

  • Rescue workers prepare to take off to fly to the avalanche site in Chamonix, French Alps, Thursday, July, 12, 2012. An avalanche in the French Alps swept six European climbers to their deaths on a slope leading to Mont Blanc, and left at least nine others injured and several climbers unaccounted for, authorities said. (AP Photo)
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    Rescue workers prepare to take off to fly to the avalanche site in Chamonix, French Alps, Thursday, July, 12, 2012. An avalanche in the French Alps swept six European climbers to their deaths on a slope leading to Mont Blanc, and left at least nine others injured and several climbers unaccounted for, authorities said. (AP Photo)

  • Rescue workers take off to fly to the avalanche site in Chamonix, French Alps, Thursday, July, 12, 2012. An avalanche in the French Alps swept six European climbers to their deaths on a slope leading to Mont Blanc, and left at least nine others injured and several climbers unaccounted for, authorities said. (AP Photo)
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    Rescue workers take off to fly to the avalanche site in Chamonix, French Alps, Thursday, July, 12, 2012. An avalanche in the French Alps swept six European climbers to their deaths on a slope leading to Mont Blanc, and left at least nine others injured and several climbers unaccounted for, authorities said. (AP Photo)

  • Clouds billow over the French Alps where an avalanche in the mountains near Chamonix, France, swept at least nine climbers to their deaths, Thursday, July 12, 2012. About 28 climbers from Switzerland, Germany, Spain, France, Denmark and Serbia were believed to be involved in the expedition caught in the avalanche. (AP Photo)
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    Clouds billow over the French Alps where an avalanche in the mountains near Chamonix, France, swept at least nine climbers to their deaths, Thursday, July 12, 2012. About 28 climbers from Switzerland, Germany, Spain, France, Denmark and Serbia were believed to be involved in the expedition caught in the avalanche. (AP Photo)

  • A rescue worker helicopter returning from the avalanche site, lands in Chamonix, French Alps, Thursday, July, 12, 2012. An avalanche in the French Alps swept six European climbers to their deaths on a slope leading to Mont Blanc, and left at least nine others injured and several climbers unaccounted for, authorities said. (AP Photo)
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    A rescue worker helicopter returning from the avalanche site, lands in Chamonix, French Alps, Thursday, July, 12, 2012. An avalanche in the French Alps swept six European climbers to their deaths on a slope leading to Mont Blanc, and left at least nine others injured and several climbers unaccounted for, authorities said. (AP Photo)

  • Picture shows alpinists on the Arete Cosmique with a view of the north side of Mont Blanc du Tacul, left, the Mont Maudit, center, and the Mont Blanc, right. An avalanche in the French Alps on Thursday July 12, 2012 swept six climbers to their deaths, left at least nine injured and about a dozen others unaccounted for. (AP Photo)
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    Picture shows alpinists on the Arete Cosmique with a view of the north side of Mont Blanc du Tacul, left, the Mont Maudit, center, and the Mont Blanc, right. An avalanche in the French Alps on Thursday July 12, 2012 swept six climbers to their deaths, left at least nine injured and about a dozen others unaccounted for. (AP Photo)

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