Sierra Leone Begins Burying Mudslide Victims, 600 Still Missing

Sierra Leone has begun a week of mourning for the victims of the mudslide and flooding that devastated parts of capital Freetown. With 600 people still missing, aid groups say it's a race against time to find survivors.



On August 14, a mudslide killed more than 400 people in the mountain town of Regent on the outskirts of Sierra Leone‘s capital Freetown, sweeping away homes and leaving residents desperate for news of missing family members.

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