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the death toll has spikes will thirty say more than four hundred lives have been claims by the devastation and some fifteen thousand people are still missing even for those who have survived the night Matt is not yet sorry via Reuters Emma Romney this is what acquire at a small village about forty five kilometers outside of the port city of Barrett and rise I'm being around thirteen thousand people live in normally but that number is rising all the time and that's because this as well aid workers are setting up a temporary come hundreds of people that been affected by severe flooding they said they've lost the houses they've lost family members and I've lost one of that property they also said that's not enough food or water or shelter from the blazing sun I don't know what to do next and I just stuck here waiting those stranded also face feathered Facetti international federation of the red cross and red crescent societies confirmed on Friday that multiple cases of cholera have been reported in Beirut authorities said the disease which is caused by the spread of feces in sewage contaminating water and food and all the water borne diseases were not yet it's a problem box that they seem could be with dirty floodwaters heights in the risk of disease spreading the United Nations confirm Saturday the rivers were at risk of breaking that banks again , rescue efforts have been significantly handed by bad weather conditions the storm has also caused mass destruction in neighboring Zimbabwe and Malawi