Cyclone Idai: Death toll rises to 200 in Mozambique

The number of people killed when cyclone Idai hit Mozambique has doubled and is expected to rise further.

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    Mozambique President Filipe Nyusi has confirmed that more than 200 people died and close to 350,000 are "at risk" after cyclone Idai.

    The United Nations says Idai could be one of the worst weather disasters to hit the southern hemisphere.

    Al Jazeera's Fahmida Miller reports from Beira, where she met victims struggling to cope with the storm's impact.


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