Mountaineer John Snorri, second left in front, with Karrar Haideri, a top official of the Alpine Club of Pakistan, front centre. Haideri said army helicopters were looking for Snorri and two of his climbing companions. Photo: AP Mountaineer John Snorri, second left in front, with Karrar Haideri, a top official of the Alpine Club of Pakistan, front centre. Haideri said army helicopters were looking for Snorri and two of his climbing companions. Photo: AP
Mountaineer John Snorri, second left in front, with Karrar Haideri, a top official of the Alpine Club of Pakistan, front centre. Haideri said army helicopters were looking for Snorri and two of his climbing companions. Photo: AP
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Pakistan army joins search for missing K2 climbers

  • Army helicopters were searching for Ali Sadpara of Pakistan and his two companions, John Snorri of Iceland and Juan Pablo Mohr of Chile
  • The three lost contact with their support team during an ascent of the 8,611-metre high K2, the world’s second-tallest mountain

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Mountaineer John Snorri, second left in front, with Karrar Haideri, a top official of the Alpine Club of Pakistan, front centre. Haideri said army helicopters were looking for Snorri and two of his climbing companions. Photo: AP Mountaineer John Snorri, second left in front, with Karrar Haideri, a top official of the Alpine Club of Pakistan, front centre. Haideri said army helicopters were looking for Snorri and two of his climbing companions. Photo: AP
Mountaineer John Snorri, second left in front, with Karrar Haideri, a top official of the Alpine Club of Pakistan, front centre. Haideri said army helicopters were looking for Snorri and two of his climbing companions. Photo: AP
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