The death toll in Mozambique rose to 293 and the number of dead was put at 259 in Zimbabwe and 56 in Malawi.
According to local media reports, Mai Tadiwa was killed outside an entry gate as impatient fans pushed to enter the stadium amid poor crowd control for what was a vital match for the home side.
U.S. leader says those who initiated the investigation of him did 'so many evil things' they ought now be held to account; however, summary of Mueller report does not 'exonerate' Trump on issue of obstruction of justice
Theresa May said she would continue to seek support and hold a third vote on her unpopular deal to divorce Britain from the EU
As relief pours in, Mozambique creates commission to oversee donations
Attorney General gives lawmakers the main conclusions of special counsel Robert Mueller's report
Thousands of children lack adequate shelter, are in urgent need of food and safe drinking water
The storm has killed 259 in Zimbabwe, while in Malawi 56 people died in heavy rains ahead of the cyclone.The government has put the death toll at 154. An estimated 187 people are missing.
Report is in the hands of the US attorney general, but congressional Democrats say the 'American people have a right to the truth'
Cyclone Idai left hundreds of people dead and extensive damage in Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi. It was one of the most destructive natural disasters in the area’s history.
Search for missing continues as victims seek shelter and other essentials
Many Russians believe their government is doing the right thing overseas