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China Trying to Determine Culpability for Massive Landslide

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At least 74 people are still missing after Sunday’s massive landslide in southern China that buried scores of buildings under up to 10 meters of mud and construction debris. So far two people have been confirmed killed, but on Wednesday morning rescuers found a survivor who had managed to stay alive for some 67 hours.   One miraculous survival   The 21-year-old man is Tian Zeming, a migrant worker from Chongqing. It took rescuers at the site in Shenzhen more than three hours...

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