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Tuesday, 7 March, 2000, 00:09 GMT
In pictures: The floods' terrible legacy
Floodwaters have begun to drain away in Mozambique, leaving a trail of disease, hunger, homelessness and death.

Chokwe streets
Chokwe was one of the most severely flooded towns

People wade in water
Thousands have been left homeless

Refugee camp
Refugees will need food aid for months to come

Baby receives drinking water
Clean water is equally important

Police in Chokwe
Police guarded consignments of food aid in Chokwe

Man in temporary hospital in Chokwe
A church is a temporary hospital for the sick

Clouds over Beira
More storms are looming off the coast near Beira
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