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UN sends team to Honduras to identify potential landslides after deadly storm
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Thursday, 13 November 2008
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The United Nations has deployed a team of geologists to Honduras to help authorities in the Central American country identify risk zones for landslides and mudslides in the wake of Tropical Storm Paloma, which has killed dozens of people and left an estimated 320,000 others in need of assistance.

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