At least four dead after storm hits Malawi and Mozambique
The Guardian|January 26, 2022
At least four people have died and dozens are missing after strong winds and heavy downpours wreaked havoc in Malawi and Mozambique as Tropical Storm Ana made landfall on Monday.
Charles Pensulo

Almost 16,000 people in the south of Malawi have been affected, according to the Red Cross, with search and rescue operations continuing after the first cyclone of the region’s season. At least two people were killed and 66 injured in Mozambique on Monday and a further two people died yesterday in Malawi.

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