Burst river bank causes deaths in Nepal

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Police in western Nepal say a river has burst its banks, killing at least 13 people near Mount Annapurna, an area popular with tourists.

A search operation was launched to find dozens of people living beside the Seti River who were swept away with their livestock.

The BBC's Tom Esslemont reports.

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