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    Hurricane Ian makes landfall in Florida as category 4 storm

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

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  • Hurricane Ian approaches Florida as Category 4 storm

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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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  • Watch: Flooding in Florida Keys ahead of Hurricane Ian

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  • All of Cuba without power after Hurricane Ian makes landfall

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  • Hurricane Ian makes landfall bringing heavy winds, rain to Cuba

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  • Florida preparing for Hurricane Ian to hit

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Watch: Ancient ‘Spanish Stonehenge’ emerges from drought-hit dam

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Spain’s worst drought in decades has unveiled the Dolmen of Guadalperal, a circle of dozens of megalithic stones believed to date back to 5,000 B.C. The ancient archaeological site, commonly known as the “Spanish Stonehenge,” was first discovered in 1926, but has only been visible four times since the area was flooded during a rural development project in 1963.