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    Cars and debris cover Naples streets after facing Hurricane Ian

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  • Hurricane Ian leaves 'complete devastation' in Cuba

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  • Marco Island city manager: 'Streets are indistinguishable from the canals'

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  • Fire trucks in Naples caught in flooding

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  • Hurricane Ian makes landfall in Florida as category 4 storm

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  • 'You have to stay put': Fort Myers mayor urges non-evacuated residents to stay indoors

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  • Cars submerged as Hurricane Ian brings ocean into streets

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  • Apparent downed power line catches fire after Hurricane Ian's eyewall makes landfall in Florida

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  • 'The surge is coming at us': Naples mayor discusses impact of Hurricane Ian making landfall

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  • Officials warn of Ian's 'life-threatening' storm-surge, advise Floridians to seek higher ground

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  • Hurricane Ian approaches Florida as Category 4 storm

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  • ‘No excuse’ to be in an evacuation zone as Hurricane Ian makes landfall, Florida mayor says

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  • Florida official shares tips for residents sheltering in place

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  • Parts of Florida brace for potentially deadly storm surge

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  • Hurricane Ian puts electric vehicles to the test amid power outages

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  • DeSantis: ‘No longer possible to evacuate’ some areas as Hurricane Ian approaches Florida

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  • ‘Hide from the wind, run from the water’ as Hurricane Ian makes landfall, Florida authorities warn

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  • Florida official urges residents to find shelter ahead of storm landfall

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  • Florida residents brace for impact of Hurricane Ian ahead of landfall

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  • Hurricane Ian borders on Category 5 as it closes in on Florida

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A look at China’s nationalist propaganda as the Communist Party turns 100

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The Chinese Communist Party is celebrating the 100th anniversary of its founding and the party’s grip on power continues to grow under President Xi Jinping. Tourists are flocking to historic sites, even as that history omits important, troublesome events. NBC News Foreign Correspondent Janis Mackey Frayer reports.