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Hundreds dead in Zimbabwe, Mozambique as Cyclone Idai leaves trail of destruction

The Age Monday, 18 March 2019
Cyclone Idai killed at least 157 people in Zimbabwe and Mozambique as it tore across Southern Africa, officials and state media said on Monday.
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Tropical Cyclone Idai left a trail of destruction, caused dozens of casualties and affected tens of thousands of people, after making landfall in Beira, Mozambique late on Thursday, March 14.The World Meteorological Organization said in a statement that the cyclone made landfall close to Beira City,...

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