Mozambique: Rains prompt flooding fears after Cyclone Kenneth

Rains from Cyclone Kenneth lash northern Mozambique, sparking fears of fresh flooding after devastating Cyclone Idai.

    Thousands of people in northern Mozambique are being urged to move to higher ground as more torrential rain threatens widespread flooding.

    A second cyclone in a month lashed the African coast, raising concerns over more flooding.

    Aid workers say entire villages are wiped out - killing at least five people.

    Al Jazeera's Laura Burdon-Manley reports.


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