Bangalore, May 6: As Afghans observed a day of mourning on Sunday for the hundreds of people killed in a horrific landslide, authorities tried to help the 700 families displaced by the torrent of mud that swept through their village.
Officials fear that more than 200 people could have lost their lives to the landslide.
Meanwhile, at least 22 people drowned including four children after a yatch overturned in the eastern Aegean Sea, while 36 were rescued and others remain missing.
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Survivors pray for their loved ones
Survivors pray for their lost at the site of Friday's landslide that buried part of Abi Barik village in Badakhshan province, northeastern Afghanistan.
22 people drown as yatch turns
Coast guard officers prepare to tow a yacht that was used to carry immigrants that overturned, at the port of Vathy on the Greek island of Samos, Greece.
John Kerry has some fun
US Secretary of State John Kerry kicks around a soccer ball during an airplane refueling stop at Sal Island, Cape Verde, en route to Washington, D.C.
Indonesia hosts Asia-Pacific Regional Conference
Indonesia's President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, center, stands with other delegations of the Asia-Pacific region for a group photo session during the opening of Open Government Partnership Asia-Pacific Regional Conference in Bali resort island, Indonesia.
Tears of joy
First lady Michelle Obama embraces Vogue editor Anna Wintour at a dedication ceremony for the Anna Wintour Costume Center at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.