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Thousands Displaced in Mozambique Following Cyclone Kenneth

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Thousands Displaced in Mozambique Following Cyclone Kenneth

Thousands Displaced in Mozambique Following Cyclone Kenneth

Parts of Mozambique remained flooded on April 28 after Cyclone Kenneth made landfall on Thursday.

At least 160,000 people were affected by the floodwaters, with more than 23,000 displaced and in shelters, the Associated Press reported, citing local government officials.

This drone footage, released by the World Food Programme, shows flooding in the city of Pemba.

Credit: World Food Programme via Storyful

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