Rains torment cyclone-hit communities in Mozambique

Villagers carry goods through the fields flooded in the aftermath of Cyclone Kenneth, along the Mieze river near Pemba, Mozambique, April 30, 2019. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings

PEMBA, Mozambique (Reuters) – Torrential rain battered northern Mozambique on Tuesday, grounding aid flights and further swamping a region where a second cyclone in six weeks has killed at least 41 people. Cyclone Kenneth slammed into Mozambique’s Cabo Delgado province on Thursday with winds of up to 280 km per hour (173 mph), flattening villages, […]

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