Afghan landslide results in 2k missing
May 3 , 2014
Catastrophic casualties are being registered after a massive landslide in afghanistan. According to the UN, nearly 350 people have died and about 2000 are missing.
Media reports indicate that homes have been buried in a remote area close to the border with China. Moreover, the BCC notes that hundreds of more homes are still in danger.
"There were more than 1,000 families living in that village," a source told Reuters. "A total of 2,100 people - men, women, and children - are trapped."