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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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  • Hurricane Ian expected to bring ‘life-threatening’ storm surge

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  • Hurricane Ian makes landfall in Cuba as Category 3 storm

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  • Florida braces for Hurricane Ian after becoming Category 3 storm

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  • Hurricane Ian intensifies as Florida evacuation orders begin

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  • Hurricane Ian: A look at where the storm will move next

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  • Hurricane Ian wallops Cayman Islands, blows into Cuba

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  • Florida bracing for Hurricane Ian

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  • Cuba prepares evacuations as Hurricane Ian intensifies

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  • Tampa area issues evacuation order as Hurricane Ian approaches

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  • How FEMA is preparing for Hurricane Ian to make landfall in Florida

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  • Florida under state of emergency as Hurricane Ian takes aim

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  • Deadly Typhoon Noru strikes at the Philippines

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  • Florida officials identify evacuation zones as Hurricane Ian approaches

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  • Three rivers across the globe are under threat

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  • Fiona strikes Canada in country’s strongest storm in history

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  • Tropical Storm Ian expected to intensify into major hurricane

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  • Video shows Fiona devastation in Canada's Atlantic provinces

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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.