Pakistani residents try to free a truck buried by mud following heavy rain and flooding on the outskirts of Peshawar on April 5, 2016. / AFP / A MAJEED
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Pakistani rescuers were struggling Wednesday to reach 23 people buried by a landslide in the north after heavy rains on the weekend that authorities said have killed at least 92 .National disaster management authorities said more than 1,200 houses have been damaged since April 2, with roads across the mountainous north blocked.Authorities in northwest Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province said they are still battling to reach the 23 buried by the landslide in Kohistan district on Monday.Neighbouring Gilgit-Baltistan region was the worst hit with roads blocked by landslides in every district and more than a dozen foreign tourists trapped in the Hunza valleys, a disaster official said.
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