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Official says avalanches in Afghanistan kill 21 people


A progression of torrential slides struck a focal territory in Afghanistan the earlier day, killing 21 individuals, specialists said Friday. 

As per Ahmad Tameem Azimi, representative of the service for catastrophe the executives, seven individuals stay missing after the torrential slides in focal Daykundi territory on Thursday while 10 were harmed. 

The 21 murdered were all from two families in the region, Azimi said. In any event 50 houses were obliterated. Azimi included that search and salvage groups have been working since Thursday to locate the missing and help the people in question. 

He said the quantity of dead was required to move with chilly climate and troublesome conditions hampering salvage endeavors. Most expressways have been shut for a considerable length of time, because of substantial snowfall and fears of torrential slides. 

This winter in Afghanistan has been brutal, with overwhelming snowfall, torrential slides and glimmer flooding. Thursday's demises bring the loss of life from torrential slides and glimmer floods in the nation in the previous two months to 72. Scores have likewise been harmed and 2,400 houses have been cleared away in streak floods since the beginning of winter. 

Afghanistan has endured over four many years of war and struggle since the Soviet attack in 1979. Be that as it may, catastrophic events, for example, avalanches, floods and torrential slides have additionally negatively affected a nation with little foundation or improvement outside of its significant urban communities. Ecological debasement has additionally compounded the issues. 


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