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Deadly Storms Cause More Misery in Earthquake-Stricken Turkey and Northwestern Syria

HeadlineMar 20, 2023

Elsewhere, intense flooding in Turkey’s earthquake-stricken southern provinces has killed at least 16 people. The torrential rains have also damaged dozens of camps in northwestern Syria, which housed many displaced survivors of the February 6 earthquakes.

In southeast Africa, the death toll from Tropical Cyclone Freddy — believed to be the longest ever in recorded history — has risen to 522 across Malawi, Mozambique and Madagascar.

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