More than 2,100 people are confirmed to have been killed in a huge landslide in a remote Afghanistan village, an official have said.
The provincial governor's spokesman confirmed the death toll - while the UN has said the immediate focus is now on the more than 4,000 people displaced by the devastating mudslide.
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