UN evaluates risk of further landslides or flooding amid ongoing search for 600 people who remain missing after fatal disaster that has so far claimed 400 lives

A week of national mourning will be held in Sierra Leone as emergency workers struggle to recover hundreds of people who remain buried following a mudslide on Monday morning.

Almost 400 bodies have been found so far, with a further 600 people still unaccounted for, according to the Red Cross.

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