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  • Florence pounds US East Coast with heavy rain

    Washington : Tens of thousands of homes were without power and sea water was sloshing through the streets as Hurricane Florence began lashing the US East Coast on Friday, bringing powerful winds along with warnings of “life-threatening” storm surge and rainfall.

  • Hurricane Florence: A million asked to flee

    Charleston : Powerful Hurricane Florence was tracking towards the US East Coast Tuesday, prompting authorities to order upwards of one million people to evacuate the path of the extremely dangerous storm forecasters said could soon intensify.

  • Florence likely to head to US

    Miami : Hurricane Florence is expected to become a dangerous “major hurricane” by late Monday as it heads toward the US East Coast, the National Hurricane Centre said, as states of emergency were declared in preparation for the storm. The centre of Florence was located about 1,100 kms southeast of Bermuda, the NHC in its 0300 GMT Monday advisory. Florence had maximum sustained winds of 90 mph, making it a Category 1

  • N Korea working on new missiles: US

    Evidence indicates that work is underway on at least one and possibly two liquid-fuelled ICBMs at a large research facility in Sanumdong.

  • Five killed, over 90,000 left without power in US storm

    New York :  At least five people have been killed and over 90,000 households left without electricity as powerful storm continued to pound the US East Coast on Saturday with drenching rain.

  • US: Five killed, over 90,000 left without power in storm

    New York: At least five people have been killed and over 90,000 households left without electricity as powerful storm continued to pound the US East Coast on Saturday with drenching rain.

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    Monster snowstorm sweeps across US East Coast

    Washington – A monster snowstorm that could bury the American capital under more than two and a half feet of snow swept across the US EastCoast with 85 million residents in its path, bringing the region to a virtual standstill.

  • Sandy leaves 50 dead; Obama warns crisis ‘not yet over’

    New York: Sandy, the most devastating storm to hit the US in decades, killed nearly 50 people as it struck densely populated US East coast region leaving a trail of destruction and millions of water-logged homes in darkness.