Hundreds of thousands of people are being evacuated from the Myanmar-Bangladesh border region, as authorities prepare for Cyclone Mocha. The giant storm is expected to hit land on Sunday. Many families from low lying villages in Myanmar’s Rakhine State are already taking shelter at a monastery in the state capital Sittwe. The World Meteorological Organization has warned that floods and landslides could also hit Cox’s Bazar in neighbouring Bangladesh, home to the world’s largest refugee camp, which is right in the way of the predicted path of the storm.
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