Death Toll Rises After Madagascar’s Tropical Storm Cheneso

Death Toll Rises After Madagascar's Tropical Storm (News Central TV)

As of now, 25 individuals are reported to have perished in Madagascar as a result of a powerful tropical cyclone Cheneso that struck 10 days ago. There are 21 persons missing. Nearly 40,000 people lost their homes.

Wind speeds of more than 160 km/h (99 miles/h) were brought by Cyclone Cheneso. Widespread flooding was triggered by the rain. The cyclone season in Madagascar lasts from November to April.

In recent years, Mozambique, an island in the Indian Ocean, and a larger portion of southern Africa have all seen catastrophic storms and cyclones.

In recent years, strong storms and cyclones have affected Madagascar, Mozambique, and the larger southern African region.

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More than 100 people were killed and hundreds of thousands of more were forced to flee the area last year due to numerous storms.

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