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After cyclone Idai are confirmed more than 350 deaths

After the severe cyclone "Idai" in Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi have now confirmed more than 350 deaths. Aid agencies reports, in the crisis regions would

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After cyclone Idai are confirmed more than 350 deaths

After the severe cyclone "Idai" in Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi have now confirmed more than 350 deaths. Aid agencies reports, in the crisis regions would have formed a huge "domestic ocean."

By the cyclone "Idai" are alone, in Mozambique, more than 200 people were killed. The President Filipe Nyusi said at a visit to the totally devastated city of Beira. Together with the confirmed dead from Zimbabwe and Malawi, the number of victims rose to over 350.

Tags earlier, Nyusi declared that he feared that more than 1000 people could be killed, as the cyclone large tracts of land under water. The rivers Pungue and Buzi in Mozambique had stepped on the shore and have created a kilometre-wide "domestic ocean," warned the world food programme. At least 400,000 people were left homeless.

residents were surprised

"Here was a house, it was buried, and the owners were perhaps buried," said Zacharia Chinyai, from the Zimbabwean town of Chimanimani, on the border with Mozambique. "You will be missed". The cyclone came as a surprise to the residents, said Chinyai. They had the Radio news on the Floods in Mozambique. "But we never thought that we could also be affected. No one has told us that it would be so devastating."

The image of utter devastation in the cyclone "Idai" - stricken regions of Mozambique.

The cyclone has caused the most destructive floods in 20 years in southern Africa, especially in Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi, said Emergency responders. Still heavy rain was expected in Parts of the region until Thursday.

hundreds of thousands still without electricity

The world food programme wants to support in Mozambique, in brief, up to 600,000 people. In the most affected port city of Beira and the surrounding areas, thousands of people were also on Wednesday, a hundred more without electricity.

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