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BEIJING (AP) — A Chinese state news agency says rescue workers are searching for eight people missing after a landslide that killed three others in the country's mountainous southwest.
The Xinhua News Agency said the disaster at about 7 p.m. on Saturday evening buried a road in Funing County in Yunnan province.
Xinhua said some 200 rescue workers using excavators and sniffer dogs were searching for eight people who were unaccounted for.
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