Landslide in Yunnan engulfs village, killing all the buried 46 local residents, including 19 children and a family of seven

Yunnan landslide,Zhenxiong landslide

A landslide engulfs a village in the mountains of Southwestern China's Yunnan province on Friday, burying 46 people of 14 homes. As of Saturday morning, it is confirmed all the buried are killed.

The landslide swept through a village in the steep, snow-dusted mountains of Zhenxiong county in Yunnan province in southwestern China on Friday, burying dozens of people and having killed 39 by 18:0...   Full Story

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