Rescue workers are searching for the survivors of a rubbish dump landslide in Ethiopia that has killed at least 62 people. That death toll is likely to rise as the debris is cleared.
Makeshift houses are buried beneath waste, and authorities say there are still dozens of people missing.
Bulldozers and bare hands are being used to clear the rubbish, to search for survivors and recover the bodies of the dead.
Hundreds of people rely on the dump for their income, scavenging for goods that can be sold. Some live at the dump permanently.
One father of two said he was waiting for news of his family.
"I am just here waiting for news of my family members - my wife and two children - a boy and a girl. They are all buried under this landslide. The government is helping, so we will just have to wait," Katsela Mengistu told the BBC.
The dump has been used for 50 years, but the government has told media there were plans to resettle people who live at the site.
A government representative said nearly 300 people have now been moved.