A landslide in southwestern China has resulted in a death toll of 20 people, with 24 individuals still missing. The landslide occurred in Zhenxiong County in Yunnan province and buried 18 homes, leading to the evacuation of over 200 people. Rescue workers are in a race against time to find the missing individuals, facing sub-zero temperatures and difficult conditions. The site is covered in thick snow, making the search for survivors challenging. President Xi Jinping has ordered all-out rescue efforts. Landslides are common in the region, which has experienced a string of natural disasters in recent months.