In pictures: Cyclone Amphan hits India and Bangladesh
Updated 2208 GMT (0608 HKT) May 22, 2020
Cyclone Amphan made landfall in eastern India, near the Bangladeshi border, on Wednesday, May 20.
Amphan, which was the most powerful cyclone ever recorded in the Bay of Bengal before it weakened, ripped apart homes, tore down trees, washed away bridges and left large predominately rural areas without power or communications. At least 90 people were killed.
Evacuation efforts in India and Bangladesh are being complicated by the coronavirus pandemic, as relief teams grapple with how to get millions of people to safety while also protecting them against the risk of Covid-19.