Literal translation on front page of Guardian!! Hivi hawa watu wamesoma wapi hii English? I thought something bad had happened to the pilot leading to clouding of the event!! Restuta James na mhariri...shule...shule!! Cloud: n.1. a. A visible body of very fine water droplets or ice particles suspended in the atmosphere at altitudes ranging up to several miles above sea level. b. A mass, as of dust, smoke, or steam, suspended in the atmosphere or in outer space. 2. A large moving body of things in the air or on the ground; a swarm: a cloud of locusts. 3. Something that darkens or fills with gloom. 4. A dark region or blemish, as on a polished stone. 5. Something that obscures. 6. Suspicion or a charge affecting a reputation. 7. A collection of charged particles: an electron cloud. v. cloud·ed, cloud·ing, clouds v.tr.1. To cover with or as if with clouds: Mist clouded the hills. 2. To make gloomy or troubled. 3. To obscure: cloud the issues. 4. To cast aspersions on; sully: Scandal clouded the officer's reputation. v.intr. To become cloudy or overcast: The sky clouded over. Idiom: in the clouds1. Imaginary; unreal; fanciful. 2. Impractical.