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Mozambique: Cyclone Idai Could Put 'Tens of Thousands' Mozambicans in Danger

allAfrica.com Wednesday, 13 March 2019 ()
[Mozambique News Reports And Clippings] Cyclone Idai, a category 4 cyclone with winds up to 180 km/h, heavy rain, and high waves, will hit the coast between Beira and Quelimane Thursday 14 March, the National Meteorological Institute (INAM) warned this morning. It will be the strongest cyclone to hit Mozambique in a decade. The cyclone is following an unusual path, crossing inland over Tete then moving east to the Mozambique Channel where it picked up energy from the warm water and is looping back toward the Zambeze valley, where it could return
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