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Rescuers work on site as 18 missing after river floods in Guatemala


Rescuers and civilians work at the site where 18 people, including 10 children, are reported missing after a sewage-polluted river, flooded by heavy rains, washed away precarious homes in the Guatemalan capital, according to authorities. IMAGES

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