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In pictures: Bangladesh cyclone homeless

Bangladeshi cyclone affected women and children walk past devastated houses in Chalabangha village, on the southern coastal area of Bangladesh

Bangladesh has called for more aid for tens of thousands of Cyclone Sidr survivors. Many are returning to their battered villages to find that they have become homeless.

An elderly Bangladeshi cyclone affected man rests on the bank of a river near the devastated ferry terminal in Chalabangha village, on the southern coastal area of Bangladesh

Most of them are dazed by the scale of destruction. The storm has affected 1m families and killed at least 3,100 people.

A Bangladeshi cyclone affected child stands in front of their devastated house in Chalabangha village, on the southern coastal area of Bangladesh

Many people are suffering huge material losses and looking at an uncertain future.

A Bangladeshi cyclone affected man sits on a passenger ferry which was thrown off the river by cyclone in Chalabangha village, on the southern coastal area of Bangladesh,

This man is taking shelter on a damaged passenger ferry which ran aground after the storm.

A Bangladeshi cyclone affected woman stands in front of her devastated house in Chalabangha village, on the southern coastal area of Bangladesh

There is anger among many villagers on the stricken south coast that they have still not received vital supplies like food, water, shelter and medicine.

Cyclone affected villagers grieve in Patargata, south of Dhaka, Bangladesh

The homeless are now having to work out how to get supplies of clean drinking water.



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