Landslide Photos on Townhall

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    Posted: 6/12/2012 11:50:47 AM EST
    Afghan national police stand at the site after an earthquake hit Baghlan province, north of Kabul, Afghanistan, Monday, June 11, 2012. As many as 100 people are feared dead after an earthquake struck northern Afghanistan this morning. The governor of Baghlan province says the quake triggered a landslide that buried a remote village under mud and rocks. He says rescuers have so far pulled two bodies from the rubble, while the U.N. confirms one other death. The world body says houses were destroyed across five districts in all. (AP Photo/Jawed Basharat)
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    Posted: 6/12/2012 11:50:47 AM EST
    Afghans stand at the site after an earthquake hit Baghlan province, north of Kabul, Afghanistan, Monday, June 11, 2012. As many as 100 people are feared dead after an earthquake struck northern Afghanistan this morning. The governor of Baghlan province says the quake triggered a landslide that buried a remote village under mud and rocks. He says rescuers have so far pulled two bodies from the rubble, while the U.N. confirms one other death. The world body says houses were destroyed across five districts in all. (AP Photo/Jawed Basharat)
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    Posted: 6/12/2012 11:50:47 AM EST
    Afghans listen to a national police commander, not pictured, at the site after an earthquake hit Baghlan province, north of Kabul, Afghanistan, Monday, June 11, 2012. As many as 100 people are feared dead after an earthquake struck northern Afghanistan this morning. The governor of Baghlan province says the quake triggered a landslide that buried a remote village under mud and rocks. He says rescuers have so far pulled two bodies from the rubble, while the U.N. confirms one other death. The world body says houses were destroyed across five districts in all. (AP Photo/Jawed Basharat)
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    Posted: 6/12/2012 11:50:47 AM EST
    Afghan national police stand at the site after an earthquake hit Baghlan province, north of Kabul, Afghanistan, Monday, June 11, 2012. As many as 100 people are feared dead after an earthquake struck northern Afghanistan this morning. The governor of Baghlan province says the quake triggered a landslide that buried a remote village under mud and rocks. He says rescuers have so far pulled two bodies from the rubble, while the U.N. confirms one other death. The world body says houses were destroyed across five districts in all. (AP Photo/Jawed Basharat)
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    Posted: 6/12/2012 11:50:47 AM EST
    An Afghan man mourns the death of relatives near the site after an earthquake hit Baghlan province, north of Kabul, Afghanistan, Monday, June 11, 2012. As many as 100 people are feared dead after an earthquake struck northern Afghanistan this morning. The governor of Baghlan province says the quake triggered a landslide that buried a remote village under mud and rocks. He says rescuers have so far pulled two bodies from the rubble, while the U.N. confirms one other death. The world body says houses were destroyed across five districts in all. (AP Photo/Jawed Basharat)
  •  - A resident stands in front of her house which was inundated by mudslide caused by torrential rain in Taipei

    A resident stands in front of her house which was inundated by mudslide caused by torrential rain in Taipei

    Posted: 6/12/2012 6:37:27 AM EST
    A resident stands in front of her house which was inundated by mudslide caused by torrential rain in Taipei June 12, 2012. Landslide alerts were issued around Taiwan on Tuesday as torrential rainfall continued for the third day, causing widespread flooding, local media reported. REUTERS/Stringer (TAIWAN) TAIWAN OUT (ENVIRONMENT DISASTER) TAIWAN OUT. NO COMMERCIAL OR EDITORIAL SALES IN TAIWAN
  •  - Earthquake site in Baghlan province

    Earthquake site in Baghlan province

    Posted: 6/11/2012 3:57:29 PM EST
    A view of an earthquake site in Baghlan province June 11, 2012. More than 70 people were trapped in rubble after houses made of mud collapsed from two strong earthquakes on Monday that triggered a landslide in the mountains of northern Afghanistan, officials said. A remote village in Baghlan province appeared to have taken the brunt of the damage, the provincial police chief said, adding that information was trickling in slowly from the site. REUTERS/Stringer (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: DISASTER)
  •  - A man who lost eight family members in an earthquake cries in Baghlan province

    A man who lost eight family members in an earthquake cries in Baghlan province

    Posted: 6/11/2012 3:50:46 PM EST
    A man who lost eight family members in an earthquake cries in Baghlan province June 11, 2012. More than 70 people were trapped in rubble after houses made of mud collapsed from two strong earthquakes on Monday that triggered a landslide in the mountains of northern Afghanistan, officials said. A remote village in Baghlan province appeared to have taken the brunt of the damage, the provincial police chief said, adding that information was trickling in slowly from the site. REUTERS/Stringer (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: DISASTER)
  •  - Earthquake site in Baghlan province

    Earthquake site in Baghlan province

    Posted: 6/11/2012 3:48:29 PM EST
    A view of an earthquake site in Baghlan province June 11, 2012. More than 70 people were trapped in rubble after houses made of mud collapsed from two strong earthquakes on Monday that triggered a landslide in the mountains of northern Afghanistan, officials said. A remote village in Baghlan province appeared to have taken the brunt of the damage, the provincial police chief said, adding that information was trickling in slowly from the site. REUTERS/Stringer (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: DISASTER)
  •  - A man sits beside two earthquake victims in Baghlan province

    A man sits beside two earthquake victims in Baghlan province

    Posted: 6/11/2012 3:06:24 PM EST
    An Afghan man sits beside two earthquake victims in Baghlan province June 11, 2012. More than 70 people were trapped in rubble after houses made of mud collapsed from two strong earthquakes on Monday that triggered a landslide in the mountains of northern Afghanistan, officials said. A remote village in Baghlan province appeared to have taken the brunt of the damage, the provincial police chief said, adding that information was trickling in slowly from the site. REUTERS/Stringer (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: DISASTER)
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    To match Interview THAILAND-POLITICS/YINGLUCK

    Posted: 6/1/2012 11:37:27 AM EST
    Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra talks to Reuters journalists during an interview at the Government House in Bangkok June 1, 2012. Yingluck on Friday stood by a policy of sharp wage increases that have forced some firms to consider moving to other countries and said a fall in the baht would help exporters hurt by historic floods last year. Yingluck, who won an election landslide last year on the back of a raft of populist promises, said neither the wage rises nor a much-criticised price guarantee scheme for rice farmers would be changed, despite an outcry from businesses and exporters. To match Interview THAILAND-POLITICS/YINGLUCK REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang (THAILAND - Tags: POLITICS)
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    Posted: 6/1/2012 8:15:23 AM EST
    Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra poses for a photo at the Government House in Bangkok June 1, 2012. Yingluck on Friday stood by a policy of sharp wage increases that have forced some firms to consider moving to other countries and said a fall in the baht would help exporters hurt by historic floods last year. Yingluck, who won an election landslide last year on the back of a raft of populist promises, said neither the wage rises nor a much-criticised price guarantee scheme for rice farmers would be changed, despite an outcry from businesses and exporters. To match Interview THAILAND-POLITICS/YINGLUCK REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang (THAILAND - Tags: POLITICS)
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    To match Interview THAILAND-POLITICS/YINGLUCK

    Posted: 6/1/2012 8:13:39 AM EST
    Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra poses for a photo at the Government House in Bangkok June 1, 2012. Yingluck on Friday stood by a policy of sharp wage increases that have forced some firms to consider moving to other countries and said a fall in the baht would help exporters hurt by historic floods last year. Yingluck, who won an election landslide last year on the back of a raft of populist promises, said neither the wage rises nor a much-criticised price guarantee scheme for rice farmers would be changed, despite an outcry from businesses and exporters. To match Interview THAILAND-POLITICS/YINGLUCK REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang (THAILAND - Tags: POLITICS)
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    To match Interview THAILAND-POLITICS/YINGLUCK

    Posted: 6/1/2012 8:09:40 AM EST
    Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra poses for a photo at the Government House in Bangkok June 1, 2012. Yingluck on Friday stood by a policy of sharp wage increases that have forced some firms to consider moving to other countries and said a fall in the baht would help exporters hurt by historic floods last year. Yingluck, who won an election landslide last year on the back of a raft of populist promises, said neither the wage rises nor a much-criticised price guarantee scheme for rice farmers would be changed, despite an outcry from businesses and exporters. To match Interview THAILAND-POLITICS/YINGLUCK REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang (THAILAND - Tags: POLITICS)
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    To match Interview THAILAND-POLITICS/YINGLUCK

    Posted: 6/1/2012 8:08:14 AM EST
    Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra talks to Reuters journalists during an interview at the Government House in Bangkok June 1, 2012. Yingluck on Friday stood by a policy of sharp wage increases that have forced some firms to consider moving to other countries and said a fall in the baht would help exporters hurt by historic floods last year. Yingluck, who won an election landslide last year on the back of a raft of populist promises, said neither the wage rises nor a much-criticised price guarantee scheme for rice farmers would be changed, despite an outcry from businesses and exporters. To match Interview THAILAND-POLITICS/YINGLUCK REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang (THAILAND - Tags: POLITICS)
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    To match Interview THAILAND-POLITICS/YINGLUCK

    Posted: 6/1/2012 8:06:00 AM EST
    Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra poses for a photo at the Government House in Bangkok June 1, 2012. Yingluck on Friday stood by a policy of sharp wage increases that have forced some firms to consider moving to other countries and said a fall in the baht would help exporters hurt by historic floods last year. Yingluck, who won an election landslide last year on the back of a raft of populist promises, said neither the wage rises nor a much-criticised price guarantee scheme for rice farmers would be changed, despite an outcry from businesses and exporters. To match Interview THAILAND-POLITICS/YINGLUCK REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang (THAILAND - Tags: POLITICS)
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    To match Interview THAILAND-POLITICS/YINGLUCK

    Posted: 6/1/2012 8:04:12 AM EST
    Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra talks to Reuters journalists during an interview at the Government House in Bangkok June 1, 2012. Yingluck on Friday stood by a policy of sharp wage increases that have forced some firms to consider moving to other countries and said a fall in the baht would help exporters hurt by historic floods last year. Yingluck, who won an election landslide last year on the back of a raft of populist promises, said neither the wage rises nor a much-criticised price guarantee scheme for rice farmers would be changed, despite an outcry from businesses and exporters. To match Interview THAILAND-POLITICS/YINGLUCK REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang (THAILAND - Tags: POLITICS)
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    To match Interview THAILAND-POLITICS/YINGLUCK

    Posted: 6/1/2012 8:02:52 AM EST
    Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra talks to Reuters journalists during an interview at the Government House in Bangkok June 1, 2012. Yingluck on Friday stood by a policy of sharp wage increases that have forced some firms to consider moving to other countries and said a fall in the baht would help exporters hurt by historic floods last year. Yingluck, who won an election landslide last year on the back of a raft of populist promises, said neither the wage rises nor a much-criticised price guarantee scheme for rice farmers would be changed, despite an outcry from businesses and exporters. To match Interview THAILAND-POLITICS/YINGLUCK REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang (THAILAND - Tags: POLITICS)
  •  - Thai PM Yingluck Shinawatra talks to Reuters journalists during an interview at the Government House in Bangkok

    Thai PM Yingluck Shinawatra talks to Reuters journalists during an interview at the Government House in Bangkok

    Posted: 6/1/2012 8:01:22 AM EST
    Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra talks to Reuters journalists during an interview at the Government House in Bangkok June 1, 2012. Yingluck on Friday stood by a policy of sharp wage increases that have forced some firms to consider moving to other countries and said a fall in the baht would help exporters hurt by historic floods last year. Yingluck, who won an election landslide last year on the back of a raft of populist promises, said neither the wage rises nor a much-criticised price guarantee scheme for rice farmers would be changed, despite an outcry from businesses and exporters. REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang (THAILAND - Tags: POLITICS)
  •  - Ruling party candidate Medina celebrates after learning the results of presidential elections in Santo Domingo

    Ruling party candidate Medina celebrates after learning the results of presidential elections in Santo Domingo

    Posted: 5/25/2012 11:16:31 AM EST
    Ruling party candidate Danilo Medina (R) celebrates after learning the results of the presidential elections in Santo Domingo May 21, 2012. Early results from the presidential elections in the Dominican Republic show ruling party candidate Danilo Medina headed for victory 12 years after he lost in a landslide to opposition candidate Hipolito Mejia. REUTERS/ Ricardo Rojas


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