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Cyclone Amphan loss estimated at $13 billion in India, may rise in Bangladesh

Reuters India Saturday, 23 May 2020 ()
A powerful cyclone that tore through India's eastern state of West Bengal this week has caused a damage of 1 trillion rupees ($13 billion) to infrastructure and crops, state officials said.
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News video: Super cyclone Amphan brings huge waves to India's east coast

Super cyclone Amphan brings huge waves to India's east coast 06:11

Heavy rain and huge waves are seen at the coastal town of Digha in West Bengal on Wednesday (May 20) as super cyclone Amphan advanced towards India's east coast.

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