|China push for landslide survivors|
Rescuers are racing to pull survivors from the rubble after some of China's deadliest landslides earlier in the week as engineers try to stabilise and drain a newly-created lake.
At least 337 bodies had been pulled from the rubble by Tuesday morning in a remote area of northwestern Gansu province, although more than 1,100 people were still missing and the death toll was expected to rise.
Heavy rains triggered the deluge of mud and rocks late on Saturday, flattening at least three villages amidst some of the country's worst flooding in a decade.
Up to 3,000 troops, deployed to the area with heavy equipment, have since been working alongside residents with rudimentary tools to shovel the mounds of earth, whilst relatives wait anxiously for news of loved ones.
Sumber: AlJazeera.Net, 11/8/2010