TEGUCIGALPA/MEXICO CITY Authorities in Central America recovered more bodies on Thursday from landslides triggered by hurricane Iota, which battered the impoverished region this week, the second deadly storm to roar through this month.
TEGUCIGALPA/MEXICO CITY, Nov 19 The death toll
from storm Iota is slowly rising in Central America as
authorities on Thursday said they'd recovered more bodies buried
in landslides triggered by catastrophic flooding that swept
through the already waterlogged region earlier this week.
TEGUCIGALPA/MEXICO CITY Storm Iota unleashed devastating floods across Central America on Wednesday in areas already waterlogged, forcing hundreds of thousands of people from their homes in a disaster that could spur migration to the United States. | Video
TEGUCIGALPA A slightly weakened Hurricane Iota began whipping a remote coastal area of Nicaragua with catastrophic winds and storm surges on Monday, as the region's leaders blamed climate change for destructive weather pushing millions closer to hunger. | Video
GUATEMALA CITY Iota has strengthened into a category 2 hurricane as it barrels toward Central America, a region still recovering from the devastation of Hurricane Eta, and experts predict this year's unprecedented storm season will force more people to migrate.
GUATEMALA CITY Tropical Storm Iota is strengthening as it barrels toward Central America, with authorities urging communities to evacuate before it unleashes "life-threatening" flooding across a region still recovering from Hurricane Eta's devastation.
GUATEMALA CITY/TEGUCIGALPA The death toll from torrential downpours unleashed by storm Eta leapt on Friday as Guatemalan soldiers reached a mountain village where around 100 people were killed by a landslide, adding to dozens of other dead in Central America and Mexico. | Video
TEGUCIGALPA/GUATEMALA CITY, Nov 6 The remains of
Hurricane Eta dumped more torrential rain across large parts of
Central America early on Friday after days of devastating floods
and landslides that killed dozens of people.