Indonesian soldiers and rescue team members move a dead body after a landslide hit the village of Sampang in Banjarnegara, December 13, 2014. (REUTERS/Idhad Zakaria/Antara Foto)
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A landslide destroyed a remote village in Indonesia, killing at least 11 people, an official said on Saturday, as rescuers used their bare hands to search through the rain and mud for scores of missing.Mudslides are common in Indonesia during the monsoon season, which usually runs from October until April.Five of the dead were found in one car, television reported. It showed rescuers using bamboo stretchers to carry bodies away.A second resident said there had been no warnings of the likelihood of a landslide.
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