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Cyclone Harold tears through Vanuatu, bears toward Fiji

Reuters Tuesday, 7 April 2020
Tropical Cyclone Harold lashed the South Pacific island of Vanuatu for a second day on Tuesday, ripping off roofs and downing telecommunications, and was moving towards Fiji where it is expected to slightly weaken.
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A powerful tropical cyclone battered the South Pacific island nation of Fiji on Wednesday, witnesses said, destroying buildings and causing injuries in the capital Suva. Emer McCarthy reports.

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