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There has been surprisingly little international reporting of a very serious double earthen dam failure in the Hulunbuir area of Inner Mongolia in northern China on Sunday 18 July 2021. This looks to have been one of the most serious...

source: The Landslide Blog

As the South Asian summer monsoon continues to intensify, the city of Mumbai in India has once again been affected by serious landslides in the last 24 hours. As is often that case, the current picture is quite confused, but details of two large events are emerging. The...

source: The Landslide Blog

At least 189 people are dead and hundreds more remain missing after catastrophic flooding hit large swaths of western Europe, with tens of thousands unable to return to their homes and many still left without access to power and drinking water.

source: CNN

A large-scale rescue effort was underway in Germany after the heaviest rainfall in a century caused flash floods to devastate parts of Western Europe, leaving dozens dead and many more unaccounted for.

source: CNN

The floods in Germany, Belgium and Netherlands this week have been truly catastrophic. The same storm system also caused flash flooding in London. It is likely that the this event will have triggered landslides, but we will...

source: The Landslide Blog

A massive landslide occurred between Mangalore Junction and Thokur railway station in Karnataka, India. The incident has disrupted train movement on the Konkan rail route.

source: Oneindia News

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