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Weather tracker: Typhoon Noru wreaks havoc across south-east Asia
As Hurricane Ian struck the Americas, Noru was ripping through the Philippines, Vietnam and Thailand

James Parrish and Lauren Herdman (MetDesk)

30, Sep, 2022 @8:59 AM

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More than 700 rescues in Florida as ‘historic storm’ heads towards South Carolina - as it happened
In a press conference, Ron DeSantis said food, water and other supplies are being distributed to those who did not evacuate

Michael Coulter, Kari Paul, Maanvi Singh, Maya Yang and Chris Michael

30, Sep, 2022 @6:28 AM

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Eighteen Cuban migrants missing after boat sinks during Hurricane Ian
Search and rescue effort under way after vessel sank in Stock Island, in the Florida Keys, hours before hurricane made landfall

Gloria Oladipo in New York

29, Sep, 2022 @7:26 PM

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Hurricane Ian: more than 2m without power as Florida hit with ‘catastrophic’ wind and rain
‘Major, major’ storm, estimated to be 140 miles wide, sweeps inland after causing huge flooding on coast, with millions of residents in its path

Richard Luscombe in Miami

29, Sep, 2022 @7:44 AM

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2m people in Florida lose power as hurricane Ian moves inland – as it happened
Pleas for rescue emerge online as storm surge hits coast and millions lose power

Michael Coulter (now), Lois Beckett Maanvi Singh, Maya Yang and Richard Luscombe in Miami (earlier)

29, Sep, 2022 @6:21 AM

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‘We’re natural fighters’: Cubans brave sweeping power cuts in Hurricane Ian aftermath
As parts of the island languish without electricity, people worry about the worsening after-effects of the storm

Ed Augustin in Pinar del Río

28, Sep, 2022 @5:58 PM

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Hurricane Ian upgraded to category 4 storm as it bears down on Florida
Electricity grid collapses in Cuba after hurricane passes through, as 2.5 million people in Florida ordered to evacuate

Lauren Aratani and agencies

28, Sep, 2022 @12:17 PM

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Cuba’s enormous blaze fuels fears of instability even as flames are doused
As the country grapples with power outages and US sanctions, its government faces a perilous moment

Ed Augustin in Matanzas

10, Aug, 2022 @10:30 AM

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José Eduardo dos Santos obituary
President of Angola for nearly 40 years whose rule was marred by corruption

Victoria Brittain

10, Jul, 2022 @4:26 PM

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Welcome to the fun house! Sharks, skaters and smelters liven up Documenta 15
Celebrating the power of the collective, this year’s art jamboree veers from serious to jolly to chaotic. Our critic dodges the skateboarders – and finds peace in an Indonesian rice barn

Adrian Searle

23, Jun, 2022 @3:28 PM

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Stars align for Cuban migrants as record numbers seek better life in US
The journey to America, often via Nicaragua, has become more viable – and many are taking their chances at the border

Ed Augustin in Havana

12, Jun, 2022 @11:00 AM

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Liz Dore obituary
Other lives: Academic activist who specialised in the study of Latin America, particularly Cuba

Rachel Dore-Weeks

03, Jun, 2022 @12:51 PM

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