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Indian cyclone death toll rises, anger grows

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Indian cyclone death toll rises, anger growsNew Delhi (AFP) May 13, 2019

The death toll from a major cyclone that hit eastern India and Bangladesh in early May rose to 77 on Monday as anger grew over millions of people still without power and water. Cyclone Fani, the first summer cyclone to hit India's Bay of Bengal coast in 43 years, made landfall in Odisha state on May 3 packing winds up to 200 kilometres (125 miles) per hour. The winds damaged half a milli
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