Religion Helps Vanuatuans Through Cyclone Shock

March 22, 2015 5:36 AM

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Religion Helps Vanuatuans Through Cyclone Shock

Saama, Vanuatu: Celine Jimmy prayed three times before running out of a clubhouse into the darkness to a family home as Cyclone Pam roared through her village in Vanuatu, her four children close by her side.

"The trees were falling down and we jumped over them," Jimmy, 42, told AFP in Saama village some 76 kilometres (47 miles) north of the capital Port Vila, of her race to move to a building with more shelter.

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