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Local residents, police officers and rescue workers evacuate a victim after a landslide in Manizales, Colombia on Nov. 5, 2011.
Colombia continues to struggle under one of the worst rainy seasons on record. The latest mudslide killed four and left 28 people missing in Manizales. Heavy rains and mudslides have caused the evacuation of almost 250,000 people throughout the country.
Rescue workers search for victims in Manizales on Saturday. The Red Cross says at least 28 people were missing after a landslide was caused by heavy rains.