Colombia landslides kill more than 100
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More than 100 people have been killed in Colombia landslides

Heavy rain overnight caused rivers to break their banks and flood houses with mud.

President Juan Manuel Santos said troops have been deployed as part of a national emergency response. He has also travelled to the area.

March was the country's rainiest month since 2011, according to the state meteorological agency.

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  • 01 Apr 2017