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Cyclone Idai: Huge area of Mozambique submerged

BBC News Tuesday, 19 March 2019
Cyclone Idai: Huge area of Mozambique submergedA 50km-wide stretch of land in central Mozambique is under water, an aerial survey has shown.
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News video: Mozambique Cyclone Death Toll At 217

Mozambique Cyclone Death Toll At 217 00:34

Rescue workers extended their search in Mozambique on Thursday for survivors of devastating floods following a powerful cyclone that ripped through southern Africa a week ago, killing hundreds and destroying buildings and farmland. Reuters reports The death toll in Mozambique has risen to 217 and...

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