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Hurricane Eta batters Central America

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 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 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, November 4. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera

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

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

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, 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, 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

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

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. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera

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/Jorge Cabrera

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, Nicaragua, November 4. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas

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 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 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, November 4. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera

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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Lineworkers repair a power line damaged by a tree that fell from strong winds caused by Eta in San Salvador, El Salvador, November 4. REUTERS/Jose Cabezas

Lineworkers repair a power line damaged by a tree that fell from strong winds caused by Eta in San Salvador, El Salvador, November 4. REUTERS/Jose Cabezas

Lineworkers repair a power line damaged by a tree that fell from strong winds caused by Eta in San Salvador, El Salvador, November 4. REUTERS/Jose Cabezas
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Palm trees sway in the wind as Hurricane Eta approaches, in Tela, Honduras, November 3. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera

Palm trees sway in the wind as Hurricane Eta approaches, in Tela, Honduras, November 3. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera

Palm trees sway in the wind as Hurricane Eta approaches, in Tela, Honduras, November 3. 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, 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, November 4. REUTERS/Oswaldo Rivas
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A lineworker cuts the branches of a tree that fell from strong winds caused by Eta in San Salvador, El Salvador, November 4. REUTERS/Jose Cabezas  

A lineworker cuts the branches of a tree that fell from strong winds caused by Eta in San Salvador, El Salvador, November 4. REUTERS/Jose Cabezas  

A lineworker cuts the branches of a tree that fell from strong winds caused by Eta in San Salvador, El Salvador, November 4. REUTERS/Jose Cabezas  
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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    

A man walks under the rain as Storm Eta passes through Tela, Honduras, November 4. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera    
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A family stand outside their home damaged by a flooding caused by rains from Eta, in Tela, Honduras, November 4. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera

A family stand outside their home damaged by a flooding caused by rains from Eta, in Tela, Honduras, November 4. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera

A family stand outside their home damaged by a flooding caused by rains from Eta, in Tela, Honduras, November 4. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera
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Heavy machinery removes debris from a road affected by a flooding caused by rains from Eta, in Toyos, Honduras, November 4. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera

Heavy machinery removes debris from a road affected by a flooding caused by rains from Eta, in Toyos, Honduras, November 4. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera

Heavy machinery removes debris from a road affected by a flooding caused by rains from Eta, in Toyos, Honduras, November 4. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera
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A cameraman films a beach as Hurricane Eta approaches, in Tela, Honduras, November 3. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera

A cameraman films a beach as Hurricane Eta approaches, in Tela, Honduras, November 3. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera

A cameraman films a beach as Hurricane Eta approaches, in Tela, Honduras, November 3. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera
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A girl who was evacuated along her family from their home is pictured at a sports center being used as a shelter as Hurricane Eta approaches in Tela, Honduras, November 2.   REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera  

A girl who was evacuated along her family from their home is pictured at a sports center being used as a shelter as Hurricane Eta approaches in Tela, Honduras, November 2. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera  

A girl who was evacuated along her family from their home is pictured at a sports center being used as a shelter as Hurricane Eta approaches in Tela, Honduras, November 2. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera  
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Lineworkers repair a power line damaged by a tree that fell from strong winds caused by Eta in San Salvador, El Salvador, November 4. REUTERS/Jose Cabezas

Lineworkers repair a power line damaged by a tree that fell from strong winds caused by Eta in San Salvador, El Salvador, November 4. REUTERS/Jose Cabezas

Lineworkers repair a power line damaged by a tree that fell from strong winds caused by Eta in San Salvador, El Salvador, November 4. REUTERS/Jose Cabezas
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A resident checks a flooded street as Hurricane Eta approaches, in Tela, Honduras, November 3. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera

A resident checks a flooded street as Hurricane Eta approaches, in Tela, Honduras, November 3. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera

A resident checks a flooded street as Hurricane Eta approaches, in Tela, Honduras, November 3. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera
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Boats put ashore by fishermen sit under palm trees swaying in the wind as Hurricane Eta passes through Tela, Honduras, November 3.   REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera

Boats put ashore by fishermen sit under palm trees swaying in the wind as Hurricane Eta passes through Tela, Honduras, November 3. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera

Boats put ashore by fishermen sit under palm trees swaying in the wind as Hurricane Eta passes through Tela, Honduras, November 3. REUTERS/Jorge Cabrera
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