Bangalore, Aug 4: Even as nature continues to unleash its fury, Nepalese soldiers searched for bodies of victims beneath the debris. Nepalese officials say there is no chance of finding any of the more than 150 people, who are believed to have been buried by the early Saturday landslide in northern Nepal.
Meanwhile, the White House on Sunday offered condolences over loss of lives in China's southwestern province of Yunnan, where a strong earthquake befell earlier in the day, saying the US was ready to help.
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Landslide damages property in Nepal
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