1. Disaster

    At Least 67 Dead in S. Korea Mudslides

    Residents scrape mud off a street following heavy rains near the U.S. military base, Camp Casey in Dongducheon, north of Seoul, South Korea, July 28, 2011.

    Lee Jin-man / AP Photo

    The military is warning that land mines may have been unearthed by the deadly landslides in and around Seoul. At least 67 people have been killed in landslides and flash floods, some of which have struck military sites, the army says. Another 10 people are missing. Seoul is seeing its heaviest rainfall in a century. More than 19.5 inches of rain have fallen in Seoul since late Tuesday.

    Read it at Reuters