Cyclone Fani kills dozens in India and Bangladesh

Nearly 30 people killed in the two South Asian countries as the strongest storm in years hits the Indian subcontinent.

    A massive cleanup is under way in India after Cyclone Fani hit on Friday.

    The response by India's disaster management teams has been praised by the United Nations.

    Over a million people were evacuated before the Category five storm hit Odisha, keeping the death toll to just 12 people.

    Al Jazeera's Barbara Angopa reports.


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