Tropical cyclone Anna ravages Fiji

Tropical cyclone Anna ravages Fiji

This is a shot of a blown down branch on the street of Suva, Fiji, on January 31.

In 2021, the first tropical cyclone “Anna” has ravaged the South Pacific island country of Fiji for several days. At present, five people have been missing. Floods have occurred in many areas, the river surges, villages are flooded, traffic and water and electricity supply are interrupted, and thousands of people are forced to evacuate. The National Meteorological Administration of Fiji said that the wind speed near the center of the tropical cyclone is as high as 100 kilometers per hour, with the highest speed reaching 140 kilometers per hour.

Photo by Xinhua News Agency reporter Zhang Yongxing

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