Madagascar braces for next cyclone as storm hits
Madagascar braces for another cyclone due to hit on Tuesday, as at least 14 people were killed this week by tropical storm Dumako, the state disaster relief agency reported.
Some 4,323 were displaced when Dumako made landfall in the east of the country on Tuesday, the disaster relief agency said late on Friday. They were being housed in 12 sites.
The Indian Ocean Island nation is going through its storm season. A total of 124 people were killed this month when tropical cyclone Batsirai slammed the south-eastern coast of the island.
Another cyclone, Emnati, is forecast to hit close to the same area affected by Batsirai, a weather forecaster with the national meteorological service, Nomenjanahary Mamy Andriamirado said.