- Cyclone Freddy hits Malawi, bringing mudslides and floods, leaving nearly 200 dead.
- Malawi is the worst hit, where the storm has been going for 36 days straight.
- The storm originated in Australia, traveled 4000 miles across the southern Indian Ocean before hitting southeastern Africa.
- 20,000 people have been displaced by the destruction.
- Cholera outbreak in Malawi is expected to worsen due to the floods.
The New York Times — World — Natural Disaster: Cyclone Freddy devastates Malawi — Cyclones — Deaths (Fatalities) — Floods
Cyclone Freddy Brings Mudslides and Floods, Leaving Nearly 200 Dead in Malawi
Cyclone Freddy devastates Malawi with mudslides and floods, leaving nearly 200 dead, 20,000 displaced, and worsening the cholera outbreak.