Heavy rains on 3 June 2010 resulted in mudflows and landslides in southern Kyrgyzstan that affected Jalalabat and Osh regions.
A landslide due to heavy rains on the slopes of Nyrangongo Volcano in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo has killed 46 people and washed away more than 200 homes.
Several areas of the Rwanda have experienced floods following ongoing above normal heavy rains which resulted in a landslide in Rubavu district on 26th March 2010.
A massive avalanche of mud and rock has buried a small village in northeastern Peru, killing at least 20 people and leaving 25 others missing.
A landslide occurred in northwest China's Shaanxi Province on March 10, 2010. It left 26 people dead among the total of 44 trapped.
At least 300 people, including 100 children, are believed to have been killed when landslides buried three villages in eastern Uganda late on 1 March after heavy rains.
A huge landslide buried a village in Indonesia's West Java early on Tuesday, killing at least four people and burying 40 others, local media said.
925 people affected by landslide due to continuous rains in Valencia, Cagdianao, Province of Dinagat Islands.
As per DPA reporting at least 10 people killed when a massive landslide hit a remote village in Pakistan's mountainous northern areas.
Landslides in La Pucara, Chota province, department of Cajamarca, affected 323 people, damaging houses, roads and crop fields.