Indonesia is prone to landslides during the rainy season, aggravated in some places by deforestation, and prolonged torrential rain has caused flooding in different areas of the archipelago nation.
China's state news agency reported that five bodies were recovered and 48 people are still missing after twin landslides at the gigantic facility in Inner Mongolia.
At least 36 bodies had been recovered in a remote sector in Camana province and among the dead were five people who were riding in a van that was pushed into a river by a surge of mud.
Intense rains in Congo's east caused flooding and landslides that destroyed many houses as well.
Of the 92 people initially trapped in the landslide, 61 people were found safe.
Rescue operations are ongoing after a landslide hit a campsite outside capital Kuala Lumpur, authorities say.
Torrent of mud comes rushing down a steep hillside after days of heavy rain in Parana state, hitting highway BR 367, leaving two dead and sweeping some 20 cars and trucks along with it, local official says.
Dozens of people were attending a funeral on a soccer pitch at the base of a 20-metre high soil embankment, which collapsed on top of them, witnesses said.
The Italian government released the first tranche of two million dollars in relief funds following a deadly landslide in the south of the country, where rescuers are still searching for a dozen missing people.
Typically earthquakes of this intensity are expected to cause light damage to buildings but the magnitude 5.6 tremor left hundreds of people dead and thousands injured in Indonesia.
Most of the victims were swept away by rampaging floodwaters and drowned or were hit by debris-laden mudslides in three towns in hard-hit Maguindanao province.
Hopes are fading of finding alive any of the 56 people missing after a devastating landslide swept through Las Tejerias town with 36 confirmed deaths to date.
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