Italians find more victims of glacier collapse


Italian rescue teams on Wednesday found two more victims of the glacier collapse in the Alps that is feared to have killed up to 12 people and is being blamed on rising temperatures, Paralel.Az reports citing Reuters.

At least nine people are now confirmed to have been killed in the avalanche on Sunday on the Marmolada, which at more than 3,300 metres (10,830 feet) is the highest peak in the Dolomites, a range in the eastern Italian Alps straddling the regions of Trento and Veneto.