U.N. Scales Up Relief Efforts To Flood-Affected African Nations; At Least 180 Dead In Malawi

U.N. News Centre: U.N. agencies ramp up aid efforts to flood-hit Southern Africa countries
“With Malawi, Mozambique, and Madagascar continuing to face torrential rains and worsening floods, United Nations agencies are scaling up relief efforts to assist those affected and displaced in the southern African countries…” (1/20).

Wall Street Journal: Malawi Floods Kill More Than 180
“The number of fatalities from flooding in Malawi rose to more than 180 and around 150 villagers remain missing, as torrential rains continue to disrupt search-and-rescue operations, officials said Saturday…” (Bariyo, 1/17).

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