The clean-up continues in Brazil after mudslides there killed at least 170 people and left many more homeless.
Rescue workers have been searching for bodies after mud, moved by heavy rains, hit hillside homes in Rio de Janeiro - Brazil's second biggest city.
The area has suffered its worst rainfall in 40 years, triggering more than 200 mudslides.
About 60 homes have been swept away and officials are asking people living in high-risk areas to leave for their own safety.
As the rescue effort continues, the number of deaths is expected to rise and local officials are warning there may be more landslides to come.