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Deadly cyclone batters Fiji, sparks flooding

By DW
01 February 2021   |   12:06 pm
Cylone Ana caused severe flooding across the Pacific island nation, forcing around 10,000 people to evacuate. The country's leader blamed climate change for the storm — the second to hit Fiji in as many months.

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