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Sep 21, 2018
6:28AM

At least 21 killed in massive landslide in Philippines

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In Philippines, at least 21 people were killed in a massive landslide which buried dozens of homes near a central Cebu province today. 
 
Naga city police chief Roderick Gonzales said the slide surged down on about 30 houses in two rural villages after daybreak. Seven injured were rescued from the huge mound of earth and debris.City Mayor Kristine Vanessa Chiong said at least 64 people remained missing.

The landslide hit while several northern Philippine provinces are still dealing with deaths and widespread damage wrought by Typhoon Mangkhut, which pummeled the agricultural region on Saturday and left at least 88 people dead and more than 60 missing. A massive search is still underway for dozens of people feared dead after landslides in the gold-mining town of Itogon in the north

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