Cyclone Kenneth batters Comoros and heads to Mozambique

Ali Amir Ahmed
MORONI (Reuters) – Violent winds of up to 140 kph (87 mph) lashed the East African island nation of Comoros overnight, killing three people, authorities said on Thursday, as Cyclone Kenneth swept toward flood-battered Mozambique.
In Comoros, the winds caused widespread power outages in the northern part of the main island, Grande Comore, and the capital Moroni as well as on the island of Anjouan, residents said.
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South-West Indian Ocean, via WMO
South-West Indian Ocean, via WMO

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