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6 June 2023
The 4 June 2023 landslide at Yongsheng Township in Sichuan Province, China
The 4 June 2023 landslide at Yongsheng Township in Sichuan Province, China, which killed 19 people near to a mine site.
3 March 2023
Planet images of the Alxa League coal mine landslide
High resolution SkySat satellite images have been captured by Planet of the 23 February 2023 Alxa League coal mine landslide in China.
24 February 2023
The 22 February 2023 landslide at a coal mine at Alxa League, China
The 22 February 2023 landslide at a coal mine at Alxa League, China, which is believed to have killed 53 people.
8 February 2023
Secocha: reports of 40 fatalities in landslides in Peru
On 5 February 2023 a series of deadly landslides struck the town of Secocha in Arequipa, Peru, killing at least 40 people.
22 November 2022
Rubaya: at least 32 people killed in landslides in the Democratic Republic of Congo
Rubaya: there are reports that at least 32 people killed on 18 November by mining related landslides in the Democratic Republic of Congo
16 November 2022
Mizoram: a deadly quarry rockslide caught on video
On 14 November 2022 a rockslide occurred at a quarry in Maudarh in Mizoram, India, killing 12 workers. The event was captured on video.
15 November 2022
The impact of the Williamson Diamond Mine tailings breach
The Planet Labs SkySat image shows the impact of the Williamson Diamond Mine tailings breach on downstream communities
10 November 2022
High-resolution SkySat imagery of the Williamson Mine tailings dam breach
Planet Labs has now captured and released high resolution imagery of the Williamson Mine tailings dam breach in Tanzania
9 November 2022
Planet Labs image of the Williamson Diamond Mine tailings dam failure
Planet Labs has captured a PlanetScope image of the Williamson Diamond Mine tailings dam failure that shows both the breach and the plume.
8 November 2022
Another tailings dam failure: the Williamson Mine in Tanzania
Another major tailings dam failure has occurred in Africa, this time at the Williamson Mine in Tanzania. The plume of pollution is >6 km long.