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Canadian military deploys in wake of Dorian to clear roads, restore power

09 Sep 2019

HALIFAX, Nova Scotia Canada's government authorised hundreds of troops on Sunday to help clear trees after Storm Dorian tore through the Atlantic coast overnight, leaving almost half a million people in three provinces without power. | Video

Canadian military deploys in wake of Dorian to clear roads, restore power

09 Sep 2019

HALIFAX, Nova Scotia Canada's government authorised hundreds of troops on Sunday to help clear trees after Storm Dorian tore through the Atlantic coast overnight, leaving almost half a million people in three provinces without power. | Video

Dorian hits Canada's Atlantic coast, knocks out power, downs a crane

08 Sep 2019

HALIFAX, Nova Scotia Dorian slammed into Canada's Atlantic coast on Saturday, knocking down trees, cutting power, and blowing over a large construction crane in downtown Halifax, the capital of the province of Nova Scotia. | Video

Dorian hits Canada's Atlantic coast, knocks out power, downs a crane

08 Sep 2019

HALIFAX, Nova Scotia Dorian slammed into Canada's Atlantic coast on Saturday, knocking down trees, cutting power, and blowing over a large construction crane in downtown Halifax, the capital of the province of Nova Scotia. | Video

Dorian hits Canada's Atlantic coast, knocks out power, downs a crane

08 Sep 2019

HALIFAX, Nova Scotia Dorian slammed into Canada's Atlantic coast on Saturday, knocking down trees, cutting power, and blowing over a large construction crane in downtown Halifax, the capital of the province of Nova Scotia.

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China virus toll passes 130 as U.S. weighs flight ban

The death toll from a new coronavirus in China rose sharply to 132 on Wednesday with nearly 1,500 new cases, heaping pressure on Beijing to control the disease as U.S. officials said the White House was weighing whether to suspend all flights to the country.