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Cyclone Dineo killed seven people, injured 55 and displaced more than 100,000 as it battered southern Mozambique, natural disasters agencies said Friday.More than 650,000 people in the southeastern African country were also affected since the storm made landfall late Wednesday.Inhambane was struck by winds of more than 100 kilometres (62 miles) per hour and battered by torrential rain and rough seas.According to data given to the International Red Cross by Mozambican authorities Friday, 130,000 people were displaced by the storm, while 22,000 homes were partially or completely destroyed.The storm also damaged 49 hospitals and health centres and 105 schools and public buildings.Mozambique, one of the world's poorest countries, is often battered by deadly flooding and storms.
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