More than 100 people are feared buried after rain triggered a landslide in south-western China, state media reported on Saturday.
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A rescue operation is underway, state broadcaster China Global Television News said, showing an image of two bulldozers beside rocks and rubble.
Over 100 people have been buried alive in a massive landslide in China. On January 22, 12 people in Hubei province were killed when 3,000 cubic metres of debris tumbled down a slope behind the three-storey hotel.
China has been experiencing weeks of heavy summer rains that often cause flooding and trigger landslides in rural and mountainous regions.
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