At least 26 people were killed in greater Jakarta, while three more were killed by flash floods in neighbouring Lebak regency in the south of Java island, officials say.
Three of the city’s 26 districts were especially hit, causing widespread chaos and damage.
Rescue efforts have been delayed because roads have been cut and bridges closed after streams turned into raging torrents in Western Kenya.
Landslide was caused by torrential rains that have fallen in the country over the past few days as well as the wider region, with neighbouring Central African Republic and Nigeria also seriously hit, according to a local official.
The jade hub of Hpakant, in Kachin State in the north of the north of the country, is frequently hit by deadly accidents, despite government pledges to clean up the lucrative mining industry.
At least 25 are still missing after a thick torrent of mud buried 21 houses in the landslide on Tuesday, in Shuicheng county, Guizhou province, said China's official news agency Xinhua.
The death toll in a landslide that buried a village in southwest China rose to 20 on Friday, with 25 people still missing three days after the disaster, state media said.
Colombia's disaster relief agency said the mudslide, which was caused by heavy rains, occurred early on Sunday in a rural area of Rosas municipality.
Villagers had dug a 60-metre deep shaft in a river bed to search for gold in Kohistan district of Badakhshan province. They were inside when the walls fell in.
Officials say 34 people remain missing after a landslide triggered by torrential rain hit village of Sirnaresmi in West Java's Sukabumi district.
Eleven people were rescued alive from the rubble, amongst them a baby, rescuers said. Nine homes and a local business were affected by the landslide following days of heavy rain.
The Ugandan Red Cross says the death toll could jump when rescue reams access all the affected areas in the foothills of Mountain Elgon in Bududa district.
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