Climbers striving to reach the summit of the world's second largest mountain, K-2, have been stymied the past two years because of unusually harsh weather conditions and rock-snow avalanches, blamed on climatic changes. But New York-based American-British climber, Vanessa O'Brien has not been deterred. O'Brien, 52, spoke about her endeavor to reporters in Islamabad.
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