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Search For Bodies After Catastrophic Papua New Guinea Landslide

NEW GUINEA – Over 300 people and 1,100 houses were buried by a devastating landslide in Northern Papua New Guinea.

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NEW GUINEA – Over 300 people and 1,100 houses were buried by a devastating landslide in Northern Papua New Guinea.

Drone footage and corroborating evidence reveal the extensive damage, with residents searching for bodies amidst the debris.

The landslide, which struck around 3AM local time, has impacted multiple villages in Enga province. Australian authorities confirm the disaster’s scale, as fears mount for the safety of those affected.

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