Afghanistan landslide triggers search for hundreds of missing people
A police chief says 250 people are missing after a landslide buried a village in northeastern Afghanistan.
Faziluddin Hayar, the police chief in Badakshan province, says hundreds of homes near a mountain in the Hobo Barik village were hit by the landslide at about 1 p.m. Friday.
Hayar says seven people have been rescued, and crews are searching for more survivors.
More to come.
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