Cyclone Dineo Update: Photos Show Devastation From Deadly Storm In Mozambique

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A deadly cyclone in Mozambique this week killed seven people, injured dozens and leveled 20,000 homes along the African coast. Cyclone Dineo, which has since been downgraded to a tropical depression, continued to flood South Africa Friday with eight crop-threatening inches of rain as the countries in the storm's wake attempted to recover, the Herald Live reported. 
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