Cyclone kills at the very least 100 within the Bay of Bengal
A family home on the roof of their house when water poured into their village on Monday after the super cyclone amphan in Minakhan, West Bengal
A family home on the roof of their house when, after the super cyclone amphan in Minakhan, West Bengal, on …
At least 100 people are believed to have died from the deadliest "supercyclone" that hit Bengal Bay this century, and millions more have lost homes or destroyed their livelihoods.
The super cyclone Amphan hit Bangladesh and India on Wednesday of last week, bringing winds of more than 120 miles per hour and waves of five meters high, destroyed houses, sanitation and farmland, and put people at further risk of increased spread of the Corona virus.
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