Five people were killed and more than 70 remain missing after a landslide buried part of a tea plantation in Indonesia on Tuesday, an official told local radio. The landslide struck in the morning in Bandung district south of the capital Jakarta, he said. "Five people have been found dead and 72 are missing, 47 in the field, 15 in the office and 10 at the factory," Bandung health ministry official Ahmad Kustiadi told ElShinta radio station.