The death toll from a storm that struck three southern African countries rose to 77 on Thursday as emergency teams battled to repair damaged infrastructure and help tens of thousands of victims. Packing torrential rains, Tropical Storm Ana made landfall Monday in Madagascar before plowing into Mozambique and Malawi. The AFP reports that rescue workers and authorities across the three countries are still assessing the full extent of the damage.
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