Kyrgyzstan: Government Struggles to Reduce Landslide Threats

Staffers of Kyrgyzstan’s Ministry of Emergency Situations pitch tents for survivors of a deadly landslide in the village of Nichke-Say. Following the tragedy, rescuers relocated 56 households from the area, moving them into temporary shelters. (Photo: Kyrgyzstan’s Ministry of Emergency Situations)

On the night of March 26 in the village of Nichke-Say in Kyrgyzstan, a fast-moving wall of rubble and ice swooshed down into a cluster of homes, crushing everything in its path.
 

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Nurjamal Djanibekova is a reporter based in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan.

Kyrgyzstan: Government Struggles to Reduce Landslide Threats

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