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'Worst storm in decades': Hurricane Eta devastates Central America

People look at a flooded street during the passage of Storm Eta, in Pimienta, Honduras, November 5. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera

People look at a flooded street during the passage of Storm Eta, in Pimienta, Honduras, November 5. REUTERS/Jomore

People look at a flooded street during the passage of Storm Eta, in Pimienta, Honduras, November 5. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera
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A partially submerged bus is seen next to flooded houses during the passage of Storm Eta, in Pimienta, Honduras, November 5. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera

A partially submerged bus is seen next to flooded houses during the passage of Storm Eta, in Pimienta, Honduramore

A partially submerged bus is seen next to flooded houses during the passage of Storm Eta, in Pimienta, Honduras, November 5. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera
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A man drives his motorcycle at a bridge damaged after the passage of Storm Eta, in Pimienta, Honduras, November 6. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera

A man drives his motorcycle at a bridge damaged after the passage of Storm Eta, in Pimienta, Honduras, Novembemore

A man drives his motorcycle at a bridge damaged after the passage of Storm Eta, in Pimienta, Honduras, November 6. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera
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A woman walks among debris on a bridge over the Chamelecon river after the passage of Storm Eta, in Pimienta, Honduras, November 6. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera

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A woman walks among debris on a bridge over the Chamelecon river after the passage of Storm Eta, in Pimienta, Honduras, November 6. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera
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A general view shows the Chamelecon river after the passage of Storm Eta, in Pimienta, Honduras, November 6. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera

A general view shows the Chamelecon river after the passage of Storm Eta, in Pimienta, Honduras, November 6. Rmore

A general view shows the Chamelecon river after the passage of Storm Eta, in Pimienta, Honduras, November 6. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera
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Partially submerged trucks transporting chickens are seen along a flooded street during the passage of Storm Eta, in Pimienta, Honduras, November 5. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera

Partially submerged trucks transporting chickens are seen along a flooded street during the passage of Storm Emore

Partially submerged trucks transporting chickens are seen along a flooded street during the passage of Storm Eta, in Pimienta, Honduras, November 5. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera
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Chickens are pictured among debris and mud at the patio of a house damaged after the passage of Storm Eta, in Pimienta, Honduras, November 6. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera

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Chickens are pictured among debris and mud at the patio of a house damaged after the passage of Storm Eta, in Pimienta, Honduras, November 6. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera
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People remove debris from a bridge over the Chamelecon river after the passage of Storm Eta, in Pimienta, Honduras, November 6. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera

People remove debris from a bridge over the Chamelecon river after the passage of Storm Eta, in Pimienta, Hondmore

People remove debris from a bridge over the Chamelecon river after the passage of Storm Eta, in Pimienta, Honduras, November 6. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera
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A submerged evangelical church is seen along a flooded street during the passage of Storm Eta, in Pimienta, Honduras, November 5. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera

A submerged evangelical church is seen along a flooded street during the passage of Storm Eta, in Pimienta, Homore

A submerged evangelical church is seen along a flooded street during the passage of Storm Eta, in Pimienta, Honduras, November 5. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera
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A man reacts while sitting at the ruins of his house destroyed by the Chamelecon river after the passage of Storm Eta, in Pimienta, Honduras, November 6. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera

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A man reacts while sitting at the ruins of his house destroyed by the Chamelecon river after the passage of Storm Eta, in Pimienta, Honduras, November 6. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera
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People clean up after the passage of Storm Eta, in Pimienta, Honduras, November 6. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera

People clean up after the passage of Storm Eta, in Pimienta, Honduras, November 6. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera

People clean up after the passage of Storm Eta, in Pimienta, Honduras, November 6. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera
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A child rides his bicycle on a flooded road during the passage of Storm Eta, in Pimienta, Honduras, November 5. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera

A child rides his bicycle on a flooded road during the passage of Storm Eta, in Pimienta, Honduras, November 5more

A child rides his bicycle on a flooded road during the passage of Storm Eta, in Pimienta, Honduras, November 5. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera
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A general view shows a house affected by the overflowing of the Chamelecon river during the passage of Storm Eta, in San Pedro Sula, Honduras, November 5. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera

A general view shows a house affected by the overflowing of the Chamelecon river during the passage of Storm Emore

A general view shows a house affected by the overflowing of the Chamelecon river during the passage of Storm Eta, in San Pedro Sula, Honduras, November 5. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera
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People stand over debris as they observe the Chamelecon river after the passage of Storm Eta, in Pimienta, Honduras, November 6. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera

People stand over debris as they observe the Chamelecon river after the passage of Storm Eta, in Pimienta, Honmore

People stand over debris as they observe the Chamelecon river after the passage of Storm Eta, in Pimienta, Honduras, November 6. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera
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A submerged car is pictured at a flooded street during the passage of Storm Eta, in La Lima, Honduras, November 5.  REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera

A submerged car is pictured at a flooded street during the passage of Storm Eta, in La Lima, Honduras, Novembemore

A submerged car is pictured at a flooded street during the passage of Storm Eta, in La Lima, Honduras, November 5. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera
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Men recover plastic barrels from a business affected by a flooding caused by rains from Hurricane Eta, in Toyos, Honduras, November 4.   REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera

Men recover plastic barrels from a business affected by a flooding caused by rains from Hurricane Eta, in Toyomore

Men recover plastic barrels from a business affected by a flooding caused by rains from Hurricane Eta, in Toyos, Honduras, November 4. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera
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A man walks outside his house affected by a flooding caused by rains from Storm Eta, in Tela, Honduras, November 4. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera

A man walks outside his house affected by a flooding caused by rains from Storm Eta, in Tela, Honduras, Novembmore

A man walks outside his house affected by a flooding caused by rains from Storm Eta, in Tela, Honduras, November 4. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera
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Garbage and debris are seen on the Masachapa river after Hurricane Eta swept the Nicaraguan Caribbean coast in Masachapa, Nicaragua, November 4.    REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas

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Garbage and debris are seen on the Masachapa river after Hurricane Eta swept the Nicaraguan Caribbean coast in Masachapa, Nicaragua, November 4. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas
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A dog is pictured inside a house at a neighborhood affected by floods as Hurricane Eta approaches, in Tela, Honduras, November 3. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera  

A dog is pictured inside a house at a neighborhood affected by floods as Hurricane Eta approaches, in Tela, Homore

A dog is pictured inside a house at a neighborhood affected by floods as Hurricane Eta approaches, in Tela, Honduras, November 3. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera  
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Residents walk along a road with debris dragged by a river during flooding caused by rains from Storm Eta, in Toyos, Honduras, November 4. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera

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Residents walk along a road with debris dragged by a river during flooding caused by rains from Storm Eta, in Toyos, Honduras, November 4. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera
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A man leaves his house affected by a flooding caused by rains from Storm Eta, in Tela, Honduras, November 4.  
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A man leaves his house affected by a flooding caused by rains from Storm Eta, in Tela, Honduras, November 4. more

A man leaves his house affected by a flooding caused by rains from Storm Eta, in Tela, Honduras, November 4. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera
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A general view shows a flooded street as Hurricane Eta approaches, in Tela, Honduras, November 3. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera

A general view shows a flooded street as Hurricane Eta approaches, in Tela, Honduras, November 3. REUTERS/Jorgmore

A general view shows a flooded street as Hurricane Eta approaches, in Tela, Honduras, November 3. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera
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A bike is seen on a tree after Hurricane Eta swept through the Nicaraguan Caribbean coast  in Masachapa, Nicaragua, November 4.  REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas

A bike is seen on a tree after Hurricane Eta swept through the Nicaraguan Caribbean coast  in Masachapa, more

A bike is seen on a tree after Hurricane Eta swept through the Nicaraguan Caribbean coast  in Masachapa, Nicaragua, November 4. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas
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A resident points at a damaged electric power line after a tree fell from strong winds caused by Eta in San Salvador, El Salvador, November 4. REUTERS/Jose Cabezas    

A resident points at a damaged electric power line after a tree fell from strong winds caused by Eta in San Samore

A resident points at a damaged electric power line after a tree fell from strong winds caused by Eta in San Salvador, El Salvador, November 4. REUTERS/Jose Cabezas    
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A general view shows houses affected by a flooding caused by rains from Storm Eta, in Tela, Honduras, November 4. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera

A general view shows houses affected by a flooding caused by rains from Storm Eta, in Tela, Honduras, Novembermore

A general view shows houses affected by a flooding caused by rains from Storm Eta, in Tela, Honduras, November 4. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera
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A man sits on the shore of the Masachapa river under the rain caused by Storm Eta in Masachapa, Nicaragua, November 4.   REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas

A man sits on the shore of the Masachapa river under the rain caused by Storm Eta in Masachapa, Nicaragua, Novmore

A man sits on the shore of the Masachapa river under the rain caused by Storm Eta in Masachapa, Nicaragua, November 4. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas
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A man walks under the rain as Storm Eta passes through Tela, Honduras, November 4. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera    

A man walks under the rain as Storm Eta passes through Tela, Honduras, November 4. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera  more

A man walks under the rain as Storm Eta passes through Tela, Honduras, November 4. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera    
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