No food, no shelter, no livelihood: families in Mozambique hit by Cyclone Idai

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Officials ‘overwhelmed’ by the scale of the disaster, leading to a delay in humanitarian and rescue missionsBeneath the crumbling arcade of the municipal council building in Beira, in Mozambique, a group of families has set up a dismal camp. They sleep on dirty concrete pavement and cook with branches from the trees brought down byCyclone Idai which swept through southern Africa last week. Winds
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