Afghan villagers bury their dead after avalanches

Aid starting to reach villages where more than 200 people were killed, but many villages remain cut off.

    More than 200 people died in what is being called the worst series of avalanches to hit Afghanistan in 30 years.

    The military has started flying supplies to some stranded villages but many areas are still cut off from access.

    Al Jazeera's Nicole Johnston reports from Panjshir province, where snow has been cleared away for freshly dug graves.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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