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Cyclone Yaku Kills 6 People in Peru; Cyclone Freddy Makes Landfall for 2nd Time in Mozambique

HeadlineMar 13, 2023

In Peru, at least six people were killed and hundreds of homes damaged or destroyed over the weekend as a powerful cyclone unleashed torrential rains.

Elsewhere, Australia’s Queensland state experienced record-breaking floods sparked by heavy rain, prompting evacuations.

And on Sunday, Cyclone Freddy made landfall in Mozambique for the second time in a month, breaking an all-time record for the longest-lived tropical cyclone and the highest accumulated energy ever observed in a single storm.

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