Mudslide buries Bolivian village
Heavy rains caused a mudslide that buried a small Bolivian settlement, killing at least four people, while nine are listed as missing.
Jimena Alegre, an official for the Morochota municipality, said the mudslide occurred on Saturday night in the Quechua community of Chuypakasa and buried the homes of 15 families.
Rescue squads were digging through the site in the hope of finding more survivors.
The emergency services were from Cochabamba, which is about 135 miles east of the capital of La Paz.
Heavy rains have been falling across most of Bolivia since November and an estimated 46,800 families have been affected.