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Papua New Guinea reports more than 2,000 people buried in landslide

  • Over 2,000 individuals were buried in a significant landslide in northern Papua New Guinea, devastating the remote hillside village of Kaokalam in Enga Province.
  • The landslide in Enga Province nearly decimated the mountainous Kaokalam village, located approximately 370 miles northwest of the capital, Port Moresby.
  • The disaster prompted the government of Papua New Guinea to seek international assistance in response to the tragic event.
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