Briefly World: 42 killed as landslide hits Chinese village
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42 killed as landslide hits Chinese village
Beijing: At least 42 people, including children, were killed and dozens reported missing in one of China's worst landslides which engulfed an entire village in a mountainous region of Yunnan province, officials said Friday.
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