Cyclone Amphan ravages Kolkata, India

The cyclone nicknamed Amphan has completely ravaged the city of Kolkata in eastern India. The storm with a wind speed of 185 kilometers per hour and heavy rains killed at least 84 people in India and Bangladesh.

Thousands of trees were uprooted, homes collapsed and electricity and telephone services were cut off for some 14 million people.

Currently a number of rescue teams are engaged in rescuing those who ended up in danger of losing their lives and to try to return the City to normalcy. Millions of people had to be evacuated from the area and given shelter in safer places.

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