Fresh flooding hits northern Mozambique

Agence France-Presse: At least 17,000 more people have fled fresh floods in Mozambique as heavy rains pounded the central and northern parts of the country, killing seven and taking the death toll to 55, media reported on Wednesday. The spokeswoman for Mozambique National Disaster Management Institute, Rita Almeida, told state television that 15,415 people had been displaced in the central town of Zambezia and 1,830 in Nampula in the north. Four people died in Nampula when their house collapsed, while another three......

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