Guatemala mudslide death toll rises

AP: Torrential rains from a tropical depression caused landslides that have killed at least 38 people in Guatemala – some of them rescuers trying to save people already buried under a wall of mud. In the village of Nahuala, about 200 rescue workers suspended the search for bodies Sunday afternoon after heavy rain fell in the area, Civil Protection spokesman David de Leon said. Two slides in the same spot killed at least 20 along a highway leading northwest of the capital toward Mexico. ......

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