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Sierra Leone is bracing for more floods as the country is burying the casualties of a mudslide that killed hundreds of people in the capital, Freetown.

A mass burial for some of the more than 300 casualties is taking place on Thursday afternoon, Freetown Mayor Sam Gibson said in a broadcast on Radio Democracy. Further landslides are possible and the government may have to evacuate some areas, the United Nation’s humanitarian aid coordination agency said in a statement on Thursday.

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