The story

More than a month after Cyclone Sidr tore across Bangladesh killing more than 3,000 people and affecting at least 8.7 million, photojournalist John Cobb visited badly hit areas and contributed this story for CNN.

As I walked into Rajashwer village in southern Bangladesh, the only sign of human habitation was tarpaulins strung up along the river bank. The heart of the village looked as though it had been through a tumble dryer.

Possessions were knotted into the branches of fallen trees, corrugated metal roofs and wooden walls were scattered and smashed beyond repair. Read full article »

All About Cyclone SidrBangladesh

Don't Miss