Cyclone Kenneth turns roads into rivers
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Cyclone Kenneth: Destroyed roads left looking like waterfalls

A powerful cyclone in Mozambique has left some roads looking like waterfalls and rivers.

Cyclone Kenneth struck on Thursday, cutting off communities and wiping out entire villages.

It comes barely a month since Cyclone Idai hit the region, killing more than 900 people in three countries.

  • 28 Apr 2019
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