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A year of tears in Louisana

August 27, 2006

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ON THE MORNING of last Aug. 29, Hurricane Katrina was churning northward over the Gulf of Mexico -- and started claiming victims even before it came ashore along the Louisiana-Mississippi line. A vast dome of water whipped up by the storm swept into populated areas east of New Orleans's historic core and along the Mississippi coast. In central New Orleans, ... (Full article: 993 words)

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