JAKARTA (AFP) - Six people were killed and 11 were missing on Monday after they were buried in a landslide caused by heavy rain on Indonesia’s Java island, a disaster official said. Eighteen people had initially been buried beneath the landslide but six have since been rescued, national disaster management agency spokesman Sutopo Purwo Nugroho said. Heavy rains early Monday in West Bandung district triggered the disaster which claimed six lives, including including four children aged between five to 12. “The latest data showed that 17 were buried in landslide, of which six bodies have been pulled out from debris and 11 people are still missing,” he said.