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India glacier disaster: Sniffer dogs being used to help find survivors


Indian rescue workers are looking for survivors, with the help of sniffer dogs, as they struggle to dig away tonnes of rocks and mud in a choked Himalayan tunnel three days after a devastating flash flood likely caused by a burst glacier in India's Himalayan north IMAGES

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