More than 200 people have evacuated an unstable mountain village in the southern Philippines where 12 gold miners died and 10 others have been missing since a massive landslide last week, officials said on Wednesday. Geologists say a 230foot (70meter) fissure on a mountain slope above Kingking village in Pantukan township threatens a new landslide. Dozens of shanties and bunkhouses have been demolished by owners and a governmentpaid crew on orders to discourage residents from returning, Mayor Celso Sarenas said. A downpour on Wednesday halted the demolition of two remaining bunkhouses and the search for 10 still missing. Ill have anybody arrested if they return, Mr. Sarenas told The Associated Press by telephone from Pantukan in Compostela Valley province, about 580 miles (930 kilometers) southeast of Manila.