Bodies of at least 50 jade scavengers have been recovered while many others are still missing in a landslide in Myanmar‘s Kachin state on Thursday, U Dollar, an official from the local village administration office, told Xinhua.
Caused by the monsoon rains, the landslide occurred at a jade mining site in Sate Mu village tract of Hpakant township at 08:00 a.m. local time, said a release from the Fire Services Department.
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