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Photos: Picking Up A Million Pieces After A Rare And Angry Storm

A photojournalist pictures of the toll of Cyclone Kenneth in Mozambique reveal moments of despair — and yet a quiet determination to rebuild.
The remnant of one family's house in the town of Macomia in Mozambique after Cyclone Kenneth hit on Thursday. It was the second intense cyclone to strike the country in six weeks. Source: Tommy Trenchard for NPR

Imagine your house is gone. And yet the TV set is still standing.

That's one of the scenes that photojournalist Tommy Trenchard documented as he visited parts

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