At least 7 dead in Indonesia landslide
More than 100 homes have been swept away in a landslide after torrential rains inundated the Indonesian village of Jemblung. Rescuers were desperately trying to reach the 108 people still missing.
Seven people have been killed and more than 100 are missing after a landslide triggered by torrential rains buried houses on Indonesia’s main island of Java, officials said Saturday.
More than 100 houses were carried away in the landslide late Friday evening, which struck the village of Jemblung in the district of Banjarnegara in Central Java.
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