Colombian town mourns victims of mudslide
The first victims of the Mocoa landslide have been laid to rest in Colombia.
The country's government said it would dedicate 40,000m pesos ($13.9m; £11.1m) to help rebuild the town, which has no power or running water.
About 200 people are still missing but hopes of finding survivors are fading.
- From the section Latin America & Caribbean