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Villagers with their belongings sit in a relief camp after their evacuation at Supaul district in Bihar

Villagers with their belongings sit in a relief camp after their evacuation at Supaul district in the eastern Indian state of Bihar August 3, 2014. More than 400,000 people in eastern India face the risk of flooding after a landslide that killed at least nine people in neighboring Nepal, an Indian government official said on Sunday, as thousands were being evacuated. The landslide triggered by heavy rains has left scores of people missing and has created a mud dam blocking the Sunkoshi river, which runs into India's Bihar state as the Kosi river. REUTERS/Krishna Murari Kishan (INDIA - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY DISASTER)

Landslide in northern Nepal

Rescuers on Monday discovered 21 more bodies buried under tonnes of mud and trees following a massive landslide in northeast Nepal feared to have killed at least 160 people.

Thirty corpses, including seven children, have so far been pulled from the landslide that crushed hamlets along a river in Sindhupalchok district before dawn on Saturday following monsoon rains, an official said. (AFP)


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