Satellite images of Kathmandu taken before and after the devastating earthquake hit on Saturday have revealed how the city’s landscape has changed. The photographs, taken in November last year and yesterday,
Thousands of Nepali people have been left homeless and some have created make-shift shelters amid the rubble, while others are camping out in open spaces away from the damaged buildings threatening to collapse.
Tent city: Thousands of people were made homeless by the quake and while some have set up shelters among the rubble, others are living in tents in open spaces
Durbar Square: These images show the damage the earthquake caused to buildings. The devastation is clear in Durbar Square (centre) where buildings were flattened