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A dozen dead, fishermen missing after cyclone Bulbul lashes Bangladesh and India

Reuters India Monday, 11 November 2019 ()
At least 13 people were killed in Bangladesh and India after cyclone Bulbul lashed coastal areas this weekend, though prompt evacuations saved many lives and the worst was over, officials said on Sunday.
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News video: Cyclone Bulbul: Death toll crosses 5 in West Bengal, almost 2 lakh evacuated

Cyclone Bulbul: Death toll crosses 5 in West Bengal, almost 2 lakh evacuated 03:25

Death toll crossed 5 on Sunday as Cyclone Bulbul wreaked havoc in West Bengal.

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