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Authorities in Papua New Guinea search for safer ground for thousands of landslide survivors

  • Authorities in Papua New Guinea are seeking safer locations to relocate survivors in fear of a second landslide, with a delay in the arrival of heavy equipment at the disaster site.
  • Up to 8,000 individuals may require evacuation due to the unstable debris in the village of Yambali, while current shelters only accommodate around 50 families.
  • Papua New Guinea is facing one of its most devastating landslides, with government estimates surpassing 2,000 buried, contrasting with UN and local figures.
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