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Cyclone Idai: Mozambique braces for 'worst-case scenario' storm


"The worst case scenario is very likely," meteorologists warn, with a huge storm surge expected. (BBC News - World) More More

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  1. Mozambique Braces for 'Worst Case Scenario' as Cyclone Idai Makes Landfall  TIME
  2. Cyclone Idai: Mozambique city of Beira hit by storm  BBC News
  3. Mozambique braces for 'extremely dangerous' Cyclone Idai  Grist
  4. Mozambique braces for 'worst-case scenario' storm, big warning to Malawi  The Maravi Post
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