Scores missing after China landslide

93 people are still missing as of Sunday, June 25, a day after a landslide buried the mountainous Xinmo village in China‚Äôs Sichuan province. This is despite the efforts of over 2,500 rescuers that used detection devices and dogs to recover 10 bodies and are searching for signs of life amid the rubble, according to…

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