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Cyclone Mora

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Cyclone Mora brings destruction to Myanmar refugee camps in Bangladesh

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Cyclone Mora: Deadly weather hits Bangladesh and Sri Lanka

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Cyclone Mora: Massive cyclone makes landfall in Bangladesh

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At least 5 killed as Cyclone Mora strikes Bangladesh and Myanmar

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Cyclone Mora makes landfall over Bangladesh, rains in Kolkata, Northeast India

Cyclone Mora was a tropical cyclone that caused widespread devastation and severe flooding in Sri Lanka, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Bangladesh, Myanmar and Northeast India in May 2017. The second named storm of the 2017 annual cyclone season, Mora developed from an area of low pressure over the southeastern Bay of Bengal on 28 May. Mora reached peak strength with maximum sustained winds of 110 km/h (70 mph). The cyclone made landfall near Chittagong on the morning of 30 May and steadily weakened, dissipating early in the morning on 31 May. Across its path, Mora dropped a large amount of rain, including 225mm of rainfall in Chittagong and northeast India. The storm is estimated to have caused damages exceeding 1.3 billion USD.
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