Thousands of Mozambicans who have sought refuge in Malawi during a tropical storm earlier this year are now returning to their country.
More than 8 thousand people were displaced last January by tropical storm Ana which hit parts of Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Madagascar e Malawi.
The storm killed at least 70 people causing widespread chaos.
According to the Malawi authorities some refugees are being repatriated by boast; the Mozambican government has sent three buses to help in the repatriation effort.
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