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Afghans listen to a national police commander, not pictured, at the site after an earthquake hit Baghlan province, north of Kabul, Afghanistan, Monday, June 11, 2012. As many as 100 people are feared dead after an earthquake struck northern Afghanistan this morning. The governor of Baghlan province says the quake triggered a landslide that buried a remote village under mud and rocks. He says rescuers have so far pulled two bodies from the rubble, while the U.N. confirms one other death. The world body says houses were destroyed across five districts in all. (AP Photo/Jawed Basharat)

Afghanistan earthquake triggers deadly landslide

An earthquake in Afghanistan triggered a landslide which buried mud homes in a mountain village and rescuers feared at least 80 people had been killed, provincial officials said on June 12.