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At least 19 million children at imminent risk due to Cyclone Amphan in India, Bangladesh: UNICEF

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News video: Super Cyclone to Make Imminent landfall on India and Bangladesh

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KOLKATA, INDIA — India and Bangladesh are evacuating millions before the path of Tropical Cyclone Amphan, which is expected to make imminent landfall on the evening of May 20. Amphan is the second-ever super cyclone on record to hit the Bay of Bengal. The powerful storm was sustaining an...

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