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Fiji's government said on Monday it would extend for another month a state of natural disaster in areas of the country still reeling from the impact of a super cyclone, which hit the country last month.More than 25,000 Fijians remained in evacuation centres, according to the latest report from Fiji's National Emergency Operation Centre.The extension of the state of emergency will allow greater access to affected areas, Fiji's National Disaster Controller said in a statement.
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