Aerial picture showing the destruction path left by a mudslide caused by heavy rains in Caman Province, west of Arequipa, in southern Peru. AFP
The landslides, which occurred last Sunday, have also left 27 people injured and 20 missing, according to data from Peru's National Institute of Civil Defence.
The latest fatality came early on Friday in the central Andean region of Junin, where a rock and mudslide buried a vehicle, killing one person and injuring two others, the institute said.
Rains were heaviest in the Arequipa region, where homes, roads, schools and a medical center were destroyed in Camana province.
Numerous artisanal mines are located in the area, and officials fear some people may have been trapped in makeshift tunnels.
The children who died ranged in age from one to 10 years old, officials said.
Packing torrential rains, Tropical Storm Ana made landfall Monday in Madagascar before ploughing into Mozambique and Malawi. Rescue workers and authorities across the three countries were still assessing the full extent of the damage.
Since the storm, rescue workers have searched for victims, digging through the mud and wreckage left by devastating landslides that mainly hit poor hillside communities. Residents described the agony of waiting for news on their missing friends and relatives.
More than 355,400 people fled their homes as Severe Tropical Storm Nalgae pounded swathes of the archipelago nation late last week and over the weekend. More rain was forecast in some of the hardest-hit areas.
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