Landslide claims lives in Uganda

A woman cries for her four children lost in a landslide in Bududa, Uganda, Tuesday. Massive landslides induced by torrential rains destroyed three villages in the mountainous district of Bududa Monday, killing scores of people, officials said. Landslides have struck this rugged part of eastern Uganda at least once each year since March 2010, when rain-induced landslides killed about 100 people and destroyed everything from a church to the village market.

A woman cries for her four children lost in a landslide in Bududa, Uganda, Tuesday. Massive landslides induced by torrential rains destroyed three villages in the mountainous district of Bududa Monday, killing scores of people, officials said. Landslides have struck this rugged part of eastern Uganda at least once each year since March 2010, when rain-induced landslides killed about 100 people and destroyed everything from a church to the village market.

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