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Torrential Rains Hammer Mozanbique

Breaking Earth News
Jan 19, 2007
MAPUTO, Mozambique: Flooding from torrential rains has left 7,200 people homeless and destroyed more than 2,000 houses in the far northern district of Moma, state television reported Friday.
Mozambique's National Disasters Management Institute has sent a team to the district to provide humanitarian assistance and assess the damage from the flooding that threatens to make roads impassable.
"Many people are without shelter and are roaming around in search of help," state television reported.
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