600 remain missing- Climate change blamed for Guatemala landslide?

Authorities said on Friday the landslide buried more than 100 homes in southern Guatemala.

Some 600 remain missing. Hundreds of rescue workers dug through sludge and rocks to find survivors.

This year’s rainy season, which lasts from May to October, has affected more than 350,000 people in the country.

Climate change has made Guatemala one of the countries most vulnerable to extreme weather in recent years.

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