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Mudslides kill 27

Earth News: Brazil

JAN 06, 2007
At least 27 people died in mudslides and more than 11,000 were left homeless following heavy rain this week in southeast Brazil, with the death toll likely to rise as the hunt for bodies goes on. Most of the deaths were reported in Rio de Janeiro's mountain region. Another cold front was coming from south of the country increasing the possibility of further damage due to rain.


PAKISTANI KASHMIR - At least 15 people were killed and three injured when a landslide triggered by heavy rains hit a passenger van in Pakistani Kashmir.
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