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Mudslide Claims All in Guatemalan Village

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Mudslide Claims All in Guatemalan Village

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Mudslide Claims All in Guatemalan Village

Mudslide Claims All in Guatemalan Village

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Volunteers from neighboring villages search for the bodies of mudslide victims in the Maya Indian village of Panabaj, Guatemala on Friday. Workers pulled 64 bodies from the mud. Reuters hide caption

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Volunteers from neighboring villages search for the bodies of mudslide victims in the Maya Indian village of Panabaj, Guatemala on Friday. Workers pulled 64 bodies from the mud.

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Officials in Guatemala are considering declaring a village buried under a mudslide a mass gravesite. As many as 1,400 people lived in the village. Rains from Hurricane Stan have increased the storm's death toll in Mexico and Central America.

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