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Avalanches, landslides claim 62 in Pakistan in 3 days

15 January 2020  

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ISLAMABAD: At least 62 people died and scores went missing after avalanches and landslides hit Pakistan-administered Kashmir over the past three days.

The region’s Neelum Valley was particularly hard hit, with many people left cut off from help.

While the area is prone to weather disasters, the current toll is one of the deadliest in recent history.

Pakistani Kashmir was the worst-hit area, with 62 people killed and several missing, according to international media reports.


Publish Date : 15 January 2020 15:55 PM

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