Scientists say that due to human-caused climate change, the frequency of cyclonic activities has decreased and they have become more severe.
Cyclone Freddy wreaked havoc. (representative picture)
Cyclone Freddy: devastating storm and torrential rain The local community and relief workers are now devastated by four days of havoc cyclone freddy Struggling with the problems after his passing. In Malawi and Mozambique, this cyclone has killed more than 326 people and thousands of people have become homeless.
Cyclone Freddie was neutralized on Wednesday, but weather monitoring centers warned that there was still a risk of flooding and landslides in the affected countries.
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At least 326 people died in Malawi
At least 326 people have died in southern Malawi, including the financial capital Blantyre, officials said. Some 88,000 people are still homeless and many parts of the region are still cut off. Malawi President Lazarus Chakwera has announced 14 days of national mourning.
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more than 50,000 people homeless
Authorities in Mozambique said at least 53 people had died since Saturday, while more than 50,000 people were left homeless. Scientists say that due to human-caused climate change, the frequency of cyclonic activities has decreased and they have become more severe.
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La Nina has an effect on the world
The recently ended La-Nina effect occurs worldwide and has led to an increase in the frequency of cyclones in the region in recent years. Cyclone Freddy has wreaked havoc in the southern part of Africa since February.
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