Bangladesh: Millions in danger as 'Super Cyclone Amphan' set to make landfall in Bay of Bengal

Heavy rain and storm clouds were filmed in Morrelganj on Tuesday, as Super Cyclone Amphan — considered the strongest storm ever recorded in the Bay of Bengal — was set to make landfall. According to reports, Cyclone Amphan's wind speed reached up to 270 kilometers per hour (165 miles per hours) on Monday night, posing a serious threat to millions of people in Bangladesh and neighbouring India... Еще, who are on the trajectory of the cyclone. Both countries are undertaking mass evacuations despite the difficulties posed by the COVID-19 lockdowns. Reports suggest that the cyclone is set to make landfall within 36 hours.

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