A strong tropical cyclone strikes Madagascar with violent winds and torrential rainfalls, killing at least 29 people.
Twenty-nine people died and more than 80,000 were affected after Tropical Cyclone Ava tore through Madagascar last week, authorities said on Monday.
- Since August 1, another round of pneumonic, bubonic, and septicemic plague spreads in Madagascar, killing at least 45 people.
- The death toll from an outbreak of plague in Madagascar nears 100. So far, there have been 911 cases recorded.
- Cyclone Enawo makes landfall in Madagascar as a powerful Category 4 storm, making it the most powerful storm to strike the African nation in 13 years.
- Intense, Category 4 Cyclone Enawo is intensifying, as it closes in on the northern tip of Madagascar.
- At least 39 people are killed, including 16 children, in a fire at a residential compound in Mangidy, Madagascar.