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20 dead as Cyclone Bulbul smashes into India, Bangladesh coasts

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20 dead as Cyclone Bulbul smashes into India, Bangladesh coastsKHULNA (BANGLADESH): Twenty people died and more than two million others spent a night huddled in storm shelters as Cyclone Bulbul smashed into the coasts of India and Bangladesh with fierce gales and torrential rains, officials said Sunday. The cyclone packed winds of up to 120 kilometres (75 miles) per hour when it hit late Saturday, forcing the closure of ports and airports in both countries. Ten people were killed in India's West Bengal state, the Press Trust of India reported, including two after uprooted trees fell on their homes and another after being struck by falling branches in Kolkata....
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Twenty people have died and millions have been displaced after Cyclone Bulbul smashed into India and Bangladesh over the weekend.

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