Janusz Adam Adamski descended the peak on the Nepali side of the mountain that straddles the border with China.
An Australian climber also died while approaching the summit and a Slovakian climber perished in the so-called “death zone.”
The calls comes after an 85-year-old man had a heart attack on the mountain side and died.
Roshani Tiruwa was forbidden from sleeping in the family home because she was on her period.
Imja Tsho has been rapidly expanding due to climate change.
A Dutch man and an Australian woman died while descending from the summit.
Photojournalist Omar Havana portrays Nepali life in the aftermath of the disaster.
Survivors of the devastating 2015 quake are living in barely adequate temporary shelters, with poor access to drinking water, food and health care.
Gangs are preying on the children of Nepalese refugees, it has been reported.
Almost 250,000 children are being schooled in temporary classrooms not suitable for sub-zero temperatures.
The helicopter, lost on an earthquake relief mission, was found high on a mountainside in Nepal with three bodies recovered and five feared dead.
Military helicopters continued their search for a missing U.S. Marines chopper Thursday, as the death toll from Tuesday's tremor rose to 110.
Shortages of clothing, food and more are feared.
After a devastating earthquake, the country’s greatest art and architecture is at risk from looting and permanent damage.