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Mozambique and Malawi suffer after heavy floods

by a staff reporter

SEVERE flooding in Mozambique has left dozens of people dead, and thousands homeless.

Aid agencies report that they are struggling to get through the floodwater to deliver supplies of food and medicine to affected regions in the south of the country.

An estimated 140,000 people have been made homeless, and 80 people have been killed. It is said to be the worst flooding since 2000.

The Bishop of Lebombo, in southern Mozambique, the Rt Revd Dinis Salomão Sengulane, ...

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