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>> Five days on, emergency workers are losing hope of finding survivors flowing the garbage land slide in Ethiopia's capital city. The death toll jumping to 115 after the Sunday landslide which heated dump on the outskirts of Addis Ababa. The government declaring three days of national mourning while flags flew at half mast to mark the disaster.
Hundreds of people rely on the giant 50-year old Repi dump, the city's only landfill site. They sift through garbage for food and scavenge for items they can sell including recyclable metal. A city spokeswoman saying 80 others are still missing. Most of the dead are women and children.