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Hundreds of residents have been displaced as a landslide destroyed hundreds of houses in the San Jorge Kantutani hillside community in the capital, La Paz. The landslide had resulted from heavy rains and ground instability due to a former landfill site. No deaths have been reported, however five people are still missing. The location has been cordoned off and rescue efforts will begin once the location has been officially declared safe.
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