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Mozambique mourns Cyclone Idai deaths as rescuers struggle to reach those affected

New Zealand Herald Wednesday, 20 March 2019
Mozambique mourns Cyclone Idai deaths as rescuers struggle to reach those affectedWhen the mudslide struck, students at the St. Charles Lwanga School had nowhere to go. So they waited for days with their classmates' corpses, hoping for rescue.The survivors huddled together in dining halls and classrooms at their...
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News video: Mozambique Begins National Mourning After Cyclone Idai

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Mozambique's president announced three days of national mourning starting Wednesday. He also said his government would declare a national emergency.

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