Sri Lanka authorities struggling to move rubbish dump

A mountain of rubbish that collapsed in Sri Lanka, killing more than 30 people, could be on the move again. Experts say the Colombo dump remains unstable, but authorities are struggling to find somewhere to put it.

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    A mountain of rubbish that collapsed in Sri Lanka, killing more than 30 people, could be on the move again.

    Experts say the Colombo dump remains unstable, but authorities are struggling to find somewhere to put it.

    Al Jazeera's Minella Fernandez reports from Colombo.


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