The death toll has risen to at least 215 after Cyclone Idai tore into central Mozambique before continuing on to Malawi and Zimbabwe, bringing flash floods and ferocious winds. Most of the deaths in Mozambique happened in the central port city of Beira, 90% of which was destroyed, according to the Red Cross.
Although experts have said it was too early to draw specific conclusions from Idai, for a continent already wracked by the effects of climate change, the Tropical Cyclone has been ... Read more »
Traffickers often prey on lone children caught up in chaotic scenes such as Cyclone Idai, they said, while parents might marry off their young girls as they struggle to eke out a ... Read more »
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