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‘It’s A Ghost Place’: Cyclone Idai Devastates Beira, Mozambique’s Fourth-Largest City

‘It’s A Ghost Place’: Cyclone Idai Devastates Beira, Mozambique’s Fourth-Largest City

On the cramped Ethiopian Airlines flight into the Mozambican coastal city of Beira, the view from the window turns from a patchwork of waterways, green pastures and plains to a sea the colour of brown clay.

Approaching the country’s fourth-largest city, the channels of the River Buzi look like black tentacles against the earthy pall of the floods. Rows of treetops are above the water level.Floodwater stretches for 130 kilometres across Mozambique. In some places it is up to 25km wide.Beneath it are villages, thousands of homes, uncounted hectares of farmland and drowned livestock. More than 750 people are confirmed dead across the former Portuguese colony and neighbouring Malawi and Zimbabwe.An aerial survey offers only a broad sense of the tragedy unfolding since Cyclone Idai blew through the city and the surrounding province of Sofala, with winds of nearly 200kph.Read more.

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‘Maybe He’s Died There’: Maputo Tortured By Silence Of Loved Ones Trapped By Cyclone

‘Maybe He’s Died There’: Maputo's Residents Tortured By Silence Of Loved Ones Trapped By Cyclone Idai

Workers at Maputo’s bustling central market began Thursday like any other day, preparing their stalls and joining in a communal opening howl across the covered concourse.

The Mercado Central, like the rest of Mozambique’s capital, is operating as normal but times are troubling for many of its stallholders and customers.

A second day of mourning was under way in Mozambique on Thursday after Cyclone Idai crashed into the country’s central provinces last week.

In the capital, a post-colonial Indian Ocean city far from the worst-affected areas, residents fear for the well-being of distant family and friends.

More than 1,000 kilometres north in the central coastal city of Beira, thousands have been marooned, made homeless or killed by the tropical storm – the deadliest for two decades.

For many of Maputo’s residents, grief is being compounded by a torturous radio silence from loved ones and uncertainty over their fates after more than 242 were confirmed dead in a toll that is certain to rise.

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EXCLUSIVE: EGYPTAIR CO-PILOT ON HIS ORDEAL ALONE WITH HIJACKER

Newsweek. 31st March 2016.

 

On the morning of Tuesday, March 29, Hamad el Kaddah woke up and ate a quick breakfast before leaving his hotel for the Borg El Arab Airport in Alexandria, Egypt. It was an unexceptional morning for the EgyptAir pilot, who has made this journey hundreds of times in his five years with the company.

The day would end with Kaddah being the final person on the plane—other than a hijacker—before the world’s media pictured him dramatically jumping out of the Airbus 320’s cockpit window onto the tarmac at Larnaca Airport in Cyprus. The man who studied to become a pilot at flight school for Monarch Airlines in Addison, Texas, had not been taught how to negotiate with hijackers. He had previously read about how to handle a hostage situation but, today, he would learn the hard way.

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LONDON’S ISIS CELL: INSIDE THE EAST END SUBURB OF BARKING WHERE JIHADIS MEET FAR-RIGHT NATIONALISTS

Newsweek. 6th June 2017.

The 10-story block of flats on King’s Road, Barking, could be anywhere in suburban London. Modern social housing with staggered metal balconies overlook a quiet residential street. The playful shrieks of children on their lunch break filter through from a nearby school. Residents leave their homes to get groceries or to walk their children on tree-lined sidewalks.

But the Elizabeth Fry Flats—named after the 19th century British social reformer known as the “Angel of Prisons”—harbored a peddler of death in London’s East End: Khuram Shazad Butt.

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EXCLUSIVE: PRIVATE ISIS LETTER OUTLINES GROUP’S MERCILESS TACTICS AHEAD OF MOSUL BATTLE

Newsweek. 15th October 2016.

The Islamic State militant group (ISIS) is as brutal in its private orders to its top commanders as it is in its public propaganda, according to a letter obtained by Newsweek, sent when the group was threatened in the northern Syrian city of Manbij in August.

As ISIS fighters struggled to keep control of Manbij against encroaching U.S.-backed Kurdish and Arab forces, an unnamed emir of the group’s War Committee in Raqqa, its de facto capital, dispatched a three-page, handwritten communique to the top ISIS commander in the city, Abu Yahya al-Shami. The letter ordered al-Shami to execute defecting fighters, quash dissent in its ranks and imprison “bewitched” militants—a message analysts say the ISIS leadership will communicate to its commanders in Mosul in the face of a U.S.-Iraqi offensive that began on Monday.

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THE FINAL MOMENTS OF MUSLIM GRANDMOTHER WHO WAS FIRST VICTIM OF NICE ATTACK

Newsweek. 18th July 2016.

Fatima Charrihi, as with every day, spoke to her only sister and best friend Aicha Aissaoui in Amsterdam on the phone Thursday. At around 7 p.m., Aicha was preparing to take her children for a sushi dinner in the Dutch capital. “Have fun with your daughters, enjoy life while you’re still with them,” Fatima said at the end of the conversation. Four hours later, she was dead.

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