A truck is pictured in a village deserted after a cyclone hit it in Yemen's Socotra island November 10, 2015. REUTERS/Stringer
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Winds and rain from the second rare cyclone to hit Yemen in two weeks have killed 13 people, including three children, on Yemen's Socotra island, the fisheries minister said Tuesday.Cyclone Megh slammed into Socotra Sunday with category four hurricane-force winds, and arrived on the Yemeni mainland's southern shore near the port city of Aden Tuesday. It is an area of the Arabian Sea where cyclones were virtually unheard of before this month, but two such storms have battered Socotra within the past two weeks.
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