RESCUERS PULL OUT 46 BODIES AFTER LANDSLIDE HITS NORTH INDIA

Soldiers and volunteers resumed rescue operations Monday morning after pulling 46 bodies from the mud left by a landslide that trapped two buses and washed away houses in northern India's Himalayan foothills.

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