Beira city ’90 percent destroyed’ by Cyclone Idai, hundreds dead

Beira city ’90 percent destroyed’ by Cyclone Idai, hundreds dead

Filipe Nyusi says more than 100,000 are at risk after storm hit Mozambique, Malawi and Zimbabwe.

Cyclone Idai: Devastation in Mozambique and Zimbabwe

Cyclone Idai: Devastation in Mozambique and Zimbabwe

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UN team joins Zimbabwe efforts supporting cyclone Idai victims

UN team joins Zimbabwe efforts supporting cyclone Idai victims

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Beira city ’90 percent destroyed’ by Cyclone Idai, hundreds dead

Filipe Nyusi says more than 100,000 are at risk after storm hit Mozambique, Malawi and Zimbabwe....

Cyclone Idai: Devastation in Mozambique and Zimbabwe

Cyclone Idai has had a "massive and horrifying" impact on Mozambique's port city of Beira, the...

UN team joins Zimbabwe efforts supporting cyclone Idai victims

HARARE (Xinhua) -- The United Nations team in Zimbabwe has joined the government and other partners...

Zimbabwe’s Mnangagwa cuts short visit to UAE to deal with cyclone aftermath

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