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Climate Change

Indonesia warns of bigger, more frequent cyclones as seas warm

Seroja is country's 'most destructive' tropical storm, killing at least 128

Damaged houses are seen at an area affected by flash floods after heavy rains in East Flores, East Nusa Tenggara Province, Indonesia, on April 4.   © Antara Foto/Dok BPBD Flores Timur/Reuters

JAKARTA -- Reeling from the most destructive cyclone the country has ever recorded, Indonesia's weather agency is warning that tropical storms hitting the archipelago will become more frequent and powerful in coming years.

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