Guatemala landslides kill dozens, toll seen rising

Reuters: A massive landslide buried a crowd trying to dig out a bus from deep mud on Sunday, killing at least 22 people, with dozens more feared dead, as torrential rains battered Guatemala. Emergency workers recovered 22 bodies from the landslide on a major highway in Cumbre de Alaska northwest of the capital, and they warned it could take two days to dig out all the victims. "A wall of earth fell on a bus and around 100 local people organized themselves to dig out the victims," said ......

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