Deadly French Alps avalanche

Associated Press
This June 1, 2005 file picture shows alpinists on the Arete Cosmique with a view of the north side of Mont Blanc du Tacul, left, the Mont Maudit, center, and the Mont Blanc, right. An avalanche in the French Alps on Thursday July 12, 2012 swept six climbers to their deaths, left at least nine injured and about a dozen others unaccounted for, authorities said. Rescuers are searching for the missing. (AP Photo/fls/Keystone/Arno Balzarini, File)

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Two more climbers have died on Mont Blanc following the deaths of nine people last week in a massive avalanche. Rescue officials said the bodies of a Polish woman and Spanish man were found 14,436 feet up on the Dome du Gouter peak on the Italian-French border July 14 after spending more than 24 hours in a snow hole.

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