Massive landslide hits Philippine gold-mining town: 15 dead, 110 missing

A devastating landslide struck the gold-mining town of Masara in the Philippines on February 8. Triggered by a monsoon, the incident killed at least 15 workers, and 110 people are still missing. Search and rescue operations are underway, focusing on the buried homes, buildings, and buses near a mining site. The incident has prompted investigations into potential safety lapses by the mining company, while displaced families seek refuge in relief centers amid ongoing weather warnings.