KATHMANDU: Landslides triggered by torrential rain swept through two villages in Nepal on Sunday (Sep 13), killing at least 12 people, a government official said.
Ten people were killed and 21 are missing after a massive landslide swept away homes and people in Barahbise, 100km east of Kathmandu near the border with the Tibet region of China, Nepali government official Murari Wasti said.
Two others died in a landslide in Baglung in the northwest.
Both landslides struck the villages before dawn and people could not escape to safety, rescuers said.
"Rescuers are looking for those who are missing," Wasti told Reuters.
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