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Hundreds of thousands to be evacuated as Bangladesh and Myanmar brace for severe cyclone threat

  • Cyclone Mocha, a very severe cyclonic storm with winds of up to 175 kph, is expected to make landfall between eastern Bangladesh and Myanmar on Sunday, pose a significant threat to over a million Rohingya refugees and others living in low-lying areas.
  • The cyclone will potentially impact the world's largest refugee camp, Cox's Bazar, where almost a million refugees live in makeshift homes, raising concerns over humanitarian aid and the risk of landslides.
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