Flood waters recede in Mozambique

Flood waters recede in Mozambique

Chokwé : Mozambique | Jan 30, 2013 at 9:15 AM PST
Source: Boston.com
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Mozambique (AP) Flood waters have begun receding in Mozambique, and residents have started returning to the worst-hit city. The United Nations Resident Coordinator for Mozambique, Jennifer Topping, visited the city of Chokwe on Wednesday to assess the needs. FULL ARTICLE AT Boston.com
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