Mozambique cyclone Fears for more than 500000 people as disaster destroys 90 of city

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Speaking on Radio Mocambique where two rivers had overflowed. Nyusi flew over areas that were otherwise accessible and some of which had been hit by flooding before Cyclone Idai. Families began burying the dead but the death toll is expected to rise. Zimbabwe was already suffering a severe drought that has wilted crops. JOHANNESBURG A deadly cyclone that struck Mozambique and other countries in southern Africa has nearly obliterated the worst affected areas and cutting off victims from help. 5 million people with a death toll now in the dozens but feared to be far higher. The storm destroyed 90 percent of Beira the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies said on Monday. The president does not drink so he celebrated St. Patricks Day by tweeting like the manic leprechaun artist he is Jimmy Kimmel said on Mondays Kimmel Live. Among Sundays barrage of 29 tweets were two attacking late night hosts

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