TOPSHOT - This handout picture taken and released on March 18, 2019, by the Mission Aviation Fellowship shows people on a roof surrounded by flooding in an area affected by Cyclone Idai in Beira. - A cyclone that ripped across Mozambique and Zimbabwe has killed at least 162 people with scores more missing and caused "massive and horrifying" destruction in the Mozambican city of Beira, authorities and the Red Cross said on March 18, 2019. Cyclone Idai tore into the centre of Mozambique on the night of March 14 before barreling on to neighbouring Zimbabwe, bringing flash floods and ferocious winds, and washing away roads and houses. The Red Cross said 90 percent of Beira and its surrounds are "damaged or destroyed". (Photo by Rick Emenaket / Mission Aviation Fellowship / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - MANDATORY CREDIT "AFP PHOTO / MISSION AVIATION FELLOWSHIP / RICK EMENAKET" - NO MARKETING NO ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS - DISTRIBUTED AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS --- NO ARCHIVE ---

Hundreds of bodies wash up

深圳风采投注 Witnesses say “300 to 400” bodies line a highway in Mozambique as aid agencies scramble to help survivors of a tragedy of “biblical proportions” visible from space.

Care Mozambique photos from the scene

‘Stench of death’ after killer cyclone

Hundreds of thousands of people are at risk of starvation and disease as the death toll from horrific cyclone Idai continues to rise.

People walk on the flooded street of Buzi, central Mozambique, on March 20, 2019 after the passage of the cyclone Idai. - International aid agencies raced on March 20 to rescue survivors and meet spiralling humanitarian needs in three impoverished countries battered by one of the worst storms to hit southern Africa in decades. Five days after tropical cyclone Idai cut a swathe through Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi, the confirmed death toll stood at more than 300 and hundreds of thousands of lives were at risk, officials said. (Photo by ADRIEN BARBIER / AFP)

Mums ‘throw their babies to safety’

Mothers clinging to their lives in trees have been seen throwing their babies to safety after flash floods wiped out entire communities.

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