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Mozambique Flooding

NPR's Kenneth Walker reports from Beira, in Northern Mozambique, about regional flooding which is forcing people to leave their homes for the second year in a row. The United Nations estimates that floodwaters have forced 200,000 people to flee their homes. Relief agencies and Mozambique's government are working on ways to minimize damage from the annual flooding.

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