21 bodies found in Colombia mudslide

New York Times: Colombian rescue teams on Monday recovered 21 bodies of victims killed by a mudslide that ripped through a poor hillside area above Medellín, but they feared that more than a hundred other people, including dozens of children, might have died in the disaster. The mudslide, which occurred Sunday even as a clear blue sky prevailed over Medellín, was induced by heavy rains in recent weeks that have damaged as many as 200,000 homes across Colombia. So far, the rains, considered the worst in Colombia......

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