Iota, weakened but deadly, rips through Central America

by AFP bureaus SAN SALVADOR, El Salvador (AFP) — Storm Iota killed at least ten people as it smashed homes, uprooted trees and swamped roads during its destructive advance across Central America, authorities said, just two weeks after Hurricane Eta devastated parts of the region. Iota, which made landfall in Nicaragua as a “catastrophic” Category 5 hurricane Monday, left six dead in the country, including two children who were trying to cross a river in […]

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