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Several dead in cyclone Fanis track

"Several dead in the cyclone Fanis tracks" "More reports of fatalities come from the neighbouring countries India and Bangladesh, where the strongest cyclon

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Several dead in cyclone Fanis track
"Several dead in the cyclone Fanis tracks"

"More reports of fatalities come from the neighbouring countries India and Bangladesh, where the strongest cyclone of the five-year pull forward."

"The massevakueringar made before the cyclone is believed to have prevented a huge disaster."

"the Data about how many people who have died in the cyclone, go apart."

"There are medieuppgifter that twelve people have lost their lives in India, where several have been killed when the tree has collapsed. Even in Bangladesh, says the police twelve people have been killed since the cyclone moved there, but at the same time, russia's räddningsmyndighet to it is about four dead."

"In both countries, more than a million people moved in massevakueringar."

"Cyklonens Fanis strength has subsided since it reached the country in the state of Odisha in India with full force on Friday morning, then move towards Bangladesh in the north-east."

"– the Fear of a major disaster is largely over as it has been weakened, " says Shamsuddin Ahmed at the Bangladesh meteorological agency."

"But despite the fact that Fani has lost in the force of the destroying winds dams, making the water cascades over communities in Bangladesh's low-lying coastline, according to Tanmoy Das at räddningsmyndigheten."

"Over a million people living in the country's most vulnerable areas have been moved to around 4 000 hostels. The storm has destroyed several houses in the district of Noakhali, where two children died and around 30 people injured."

"In India, where 1.2 million people were forced to move before the cyclone reached the country, work authorities, to assess the extent of the damage caused by the cyclone. Worst hit was the city of Puri that is located directly in the Fanis road when it came in over the country on Friday. Winds of up to 55 metres per second, tearing off roofs, destroyed the power lines and pulled up trees by the roots."

"– the Destruction is unimaginable ... Puri is broken, said Bishnupada Sethi, commissioner for the relief effort in Odisha, told Reuters."

"He said that 116 people have been reported injured in the state."

"Odishas neighbouring state West bengal has fared, but just as serious damage. Where moved closer to 45 000 people in security."

"Cyklonsäsongen in the bay of Bengal can extend from april to december."

"India's prime minister Narendra Modi is planning to visit state of Odisha on Monday."

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