Storm Freddy kills more than 500 people in South Africa | outside

More than 500 people have died in Southeast Africa due to Tropical Storm Freddy. This Saturday shows the latest data from the authorities of Malawi, Mozambique and Madagascar.

Malawi has been particularly hit by the storm. At least 438 people were killed there. The United Nations says more than half a million people in the country are suffering from the effects of the storm. Tens of thousands of people have lost their homes due to recent floods and mudslides caused by heavy rains.

Freddy is one of the strongest storms ever recorded in the Southern Hemisphere and is possibly the longest-running tropical cyclone on record. The storm made landfall for the second time this past weekend and left a trail of destruction. Within six days, an amount of rain fell that would normally fall in six months.

look. Hurricane Freddy causes devastation in southeastern Africa

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