Colombia: Burials start for Mocoa mudslides victims

At least 273 people were killed after rains and mudslides caused havoc in the Colombian city of Mocoa. Many of the victims were children. Families have started burying their loved ones as the search for the missing goes on.

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    At least 273 people were killed after rains and mudslides caused havoc in the Colombian city of Mocoa.

    Many of the victims were children.

    Families have started burying their loved ones as the search for the missing goes on.

    Al Jazeera’s Alessandro Rampietti reports from Mocoa.


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