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Saturday, 4 March, 2000, 21:37 GMT
In pictures: Mozambique relief effort
As new storms threaten Mozambique, relief workers are striving to save those still stranded in the catastrophic floods, and to ferry aid to those on dry land. Images from the disaster zone reveal the extent of the struggle


A young Mozambican is carefully lifted from a rescue helicopter

A woman crawls away after being set down on dry land

A winchman saves another woman from a tree top in the Limpopo valley

Food is starting to reach those who have survived the ordeal

But some have taken the opportunity to loot property

Mozambicans wait patiently to receive aid in Chalucuane
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04 Mar 00 |  Africa
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Mozambique: A survivor's story
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Born above the floodwaters
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