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Afghanistan landslide 'kills at least 350'

2 May 2014 Last updated at 19:53 BST

At least 350 people have been killed and hundreds more are missing after a landslide hit the north-east Afghan, the UN has said.

Hundreds of homes were buried under mud and rocks when a section of a mountain collapsed following torrential rain in the province of Badakhshan.

Rescuers have reached the area and are searching for survivors, but do not have proper equipment.

David Loyn reports Kabul.

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