At least six people have died in a landslide in Georgia’s mountainous Racha region on Friday, with dozens more still missing, according to the country’s ministry of infrastructure. Subscribe to Guardian News on YouTube ►

The landslide in the popular holiday and mountaineering destination happened on Thursday evening, but rescuers were unable to access the site until after nightfall. Racha is a region in the north-west of the country, near the Russian border, and is known for its stunning views and mineral waters.

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