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Mauritius: Cyclone weakens, flights still disrupted Today's News

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Tropical cyclone Berguitta has weakened in intensity but Mauritius and Réunion remain on high alert, with flights still not operating to and from the destinations.

Furthermore, flights may continue to be disrupted until Saturday (January 20), when the storm is expected to subside.

Mauritius closed its airport and ports on Wednesday (January 17) due to strong winds.

eTNW will keep readers updated on this story.

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