An area affected by a landslide is seen at Lamo Sanghu villge on the Sukoshi river, some 80 kms northeast of Nepal's capital Kathmandu on August 5, 2014. Heavy rains on August 5, 2014, forced rescuers to stop their search for bodies buried under tonnes of mud, stones and upturned trees following the deadliest landslide to hit Nepal since 2005, police said. Thirty-four corpses, including seven children, have been pulled out from the rubble after a landslide slammed into hamlets along a river in Sindhupalchok district before dawn on August 2. Eyewitnesses and officials said at least 130 people remained unaccounted for as workers, using bulldozers and excavators, struggled to find bodies buried deep underground. AFP PHOTO/Prakash MATHEMA        (Photo credit should read PRAKASH MATHEMA/AFP/Getty Images)