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Cyclone Kenneth cause massive flooding in Mozambique

Updated : April 28, 2019 08:53 PM IST

Mozambican officials on Saturday urged those living near two rivers in the country's north to move to higher ground, as Cyclone Kenneth dumped heavy rains and caused some flooding.

Damaged buildings in the aftermath of cyclone Kenneth are seen in Ancuabe-Sede, Mozambique. (SOLIDARMED via REUTERS)
Damaged buildings in the aftermath of cyclone Kenneth are seen in Ancuabe-Sede, Mozambique. (SOLIDARMED via REUTERS)
A man holds an umbrella beneath storm clouds over Wimbe beach, as the region braces for further rainfall in the aftermath of Cyclone Kenneth in Pemba Mozambique. (REUTERS/Mike Hutchings)
A man holds an umbrella beneath storm clouds over Wimbe beach, as the region braces for further rainfall in the aftermath of Cyclone Kenneth in Pemba Mozambique. (REUTERS/Mike Hutchings)
A man carries firewood on his bicycle along the street as residents wait for the effects of Cyclone Kenneth in Mikindani historical town, Mtwara region, Tanzania. (REUTERS/Emmanuel Herman)
A man carries firewood on his bicycle along the street as residents wait for the effects of Cyclone Kenneth in Mikindani historical town, Mtwara region, Tanzania. (REUTERS/Emmanuel Herman)
Residents walk along with closed businesses as they wait for the effects of Cyclone Kenneth in Mikindani historical town, Mtwara region, Tanzania. (REUTERS/Emmanuel Herman)
Residents walk along with closed businesses as they wait for the effects of Cyclone Kenneth in Mikindani historical town, Mtwara region, Tanzania. (REUTERS/Emmanuel Herman)
A washed-up boat lies amongst storm debris on Wimbe beach as the region braces for further rainfall in the aftermath of Cyclone Kenneth. (REUTERS/Mike Hutchings)
A washed-up boat lies amongst storm debris on Wimbe beach as the region braces for further rainfall in the aftermath of Cyclone Kenneth. (REUTERS/Mike Hutchings)
A man carries firewood on his bicycle along the street as residents wait for the effects of Cyclone Kenneth in Mikindani historical town, Mtwara region, Tanzania. (REUTERS/Emmanuel Herman)
A man carries firewood on his bicycle along the street as residents wait for the effects of Cyclone Kenneth in Mikindani historical town, Mtwara region, Tanzania. (REUTERS/Emmanuel Herman)
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