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Several houses were destroyed in the Auquisamaña area of La Paz, Bolivia on February 15, 2017, as a landslide rolled off the mountainside into the neighbourhood of the Bolivian capital.
A large volume of trash gave away on March 11, 2017 at a vast garbage dump on the outskirts of the Ethiopian capital, Addis Ababa, killing more than 100 people and leaving several more missing.
Signs of the landslide were first discovered on Tuesday, April 4 by Washington's Department of Transportation workers, who noticed cracks on a hillside road.
The landslide occurred due to heavy rain on Saturday, April 29, in the southwestern part of the country, tearing through Ayu village and burying 24 people under the debris.
Part of the mountainside went off into the Pacific Ocean, covering up a big part of scenic Highway 1 in Big Sur area, California, on Saturday, May 20th.
The village of Anargyroi in the region of Kozani, Greece has been evacuated over the past weekend, after a massive landslide occurred at the area's lignite mine.
The side of Mount Sugar Loaf in the Regent District of Sierra Leone's capital, Freetown, collapsed in the early hours of Monday, 14 August 2017, after a night of heavy rainfall, destroying dozens of houses and killing hundreds of people.
Authorities in Yakima County, Washington are closely monitoring Rattlesnake Ridge, after a large tension crack formed recently on the hillside and a landslide is imminent.
Thirteen people are reportedly dead, after a landslide pushed a bus into a ravine in southwest Colombia on Saturday, January 20.
More than 80 homes were destroyed after a landslide hit Tijuana's Lomas del Rubí neighborhood on Saturday morning, February 3, 2018.
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