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Search for Gasherbrum Climbers Halted

Three remain missing in Pakistan

A search and rescue mission for three men lost on Pakistan's Gasherbrum I has been called off nearly a week after the men went missing, according to The Adventure Blog. Gerfried Goschl, Cedric Hahlen, and Nisar Hussein were last heard from by radio close to Gasherbrum I's summit on Friday, the same day a team of three Polish climbers recorded the mountain's first-ever winter ascent. Search parties had ascended as high as camp two but have seen no trace of the missing men.

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