Title:

Sturm in Mosambik: Schwere Zerstörungen und erste Opfer

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Umgeknickte Bäume, abgedeckte Häuser, zerstörte Stromleitungen: Der tropische Wirbelsturm "Kenneth" hat in Mosambik schwere Schäden angerichtet. Die Katastrophenschutzbehörde meldete zudem das erste Todesopfer. (...)


Source: tagesschau.de

Date: 2019-04-26

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