In Mozambique parents yearn for children torn away by cyclone

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Many badly affected areas in Mozambique and Zimbabwe are still inaccessible by road complicating relief efforts and exacerbating the threat of infection. The government said for the first time that there had been confirmed cholera cases on Wednesday. That takes the total death toll across Mozambique with many more still missing. This the International Committee of the Red Cross said in a statement. virginia samuel sits with two of her four children at a camp for people displaced in the aftermath of cyclone idai in beira . She is haunted by the memory of them screaming for her as the helicopter flew away leaving them behind with their grandmother. From Mozambique flattening homes and causing deadly mudslides. virginia samuel stands beside two of her four children at a camp for people displaced in the aftermath of cyclone idai in beira . The outbreak threatens to exacerbate what United Nations Secretary related disasters in Africas history. There have been no deaths from the outbreak so far said Thursday by phone

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