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21 September 2018
Naga City landslide: yesterday an enormous mining-induced landslide occurred in Cebu in the Philippines, killing 21 people and leaving 74 missing
18 September 2018
Drone footage has been released by the UN Migration Agency providing detail of the deadly Barangay Ucab landslide in the Philippines
17 September 2018
A landslide triggered by typhoon Mangkhut ahs killed at least 33 miners, sheltering in their dormitory, at Barangay Ucab in the Philippines
13 September 2018
In a short space of time, Typhoon Mangkhut, Hurricane Florence and the earthquake in Hokkaido all have the potential to generate large numbers of landslides
5 June 2018
Reports in the last few hours suggest that the landslide at the Hidroituango dam site has accelerated, and has now exceeded the 10 mm per hour warning threshold. Meanwhile, three scenarios for failure of the dam have been described by the international advisors.
21 May 2018
The Hidroituango crisis in Colombia: a number of communities have now been evacuated, whilst operations to raise the crest of the dam continue. At the moment the situation appears to be mostly under control
Over the last few days, a landslide crisis has developed at the Hidroituango Dam, a hydroelectric project on the Cauca River in Colombia
10 May 2018
On 6th May a major rainfall triggered landslide struck Bucyurabuhoro, in Karongi District in western Rwanda, killing 18 people and injuring a further 12.
1 May 2018
Yesterday a landslide in loess at Caijiazhuang in Shanxi Province, China killed nine people. This landslide seems to be similar to the cracking-sliding landslides described in recent research
20 April 2018
More information is now available about the Castell de Mur landslide in Spain on 16th April, including drone images, before and after photographs and the seismic traces