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27 July 2011 Last updated at 21:17 ET

S Korea hit by fatal landslidesRescue workers remove a body from a collapsed house in Chuncheon, about 100 km (60 miles) east of Seoul, July 27, 2011

Heavy rain triggers landslides in a South Korean mountain resort and in the capital Seoul, leaving at least 32 people dead.

Debris from the Asiana Airlines cargo plane floats in the sea off Jeju island, 28 JulyCargo plane crashes off S Korea

Both pilots aboard a China-bound Boeing 747 cargo jet die when it crashes off South Korea after experiencing mechanical problems.

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