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More Rain Forecast as Cyclone Kenneth Leaves Thousands Displaced in Mozambique

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More Rain Forecast as Cyclone Kenneth Leaves Thousands Displaced in Mozambique

More Rain Forecast as Cyclone Kenneth Leaves Thousands Displaced in Mozambique

Mozambique’s national weather service forecast continued rain in the country on April 29 after Cyclone Kenneth caused severe flooding when it made landfall the previous week.

At least 38 people died and 160,000 remained at risk, the Associated Press reported, citing local government officials.

This footage was released by the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) for Southern and Eastern Africa and is said to show people wading through the flooding in the city of Pemba.

Credit: OCHA Southern &amp; Eastern AfricaVerified account via Storyful

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