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2005-10-29 01:28:56

By Cyntia Barrera Diaz PUERTO CABEZAS, Nicaragua (Reuters) - Tropical Storm Beta was upgraded to a hurricane on Saturday as it punished a small Caribbean island with fierce winds and hundreds of Miskito Indians streamed into shelters in a sleepy Nicaraguan port to escape exposed villages. Beta, the latest cyclone in a record-breaking season, whipped Colombia's Providencia island with winds nearing 75 mph (120 km/hr) as it inched its way toward Central America. The wind ripped roofs...

2005-10-28 23:16:12

By Cyntia Barrera Diaz PUERTO CABEZAS, Nicaragua (Reuters) - Tropical Storm Beta punished a small Caribbean island with fierce winds on Friday as hundreds of Miskito Indians streamed into shelters in a sleepy Nicaraguan port to escape exposed villages. Beta, the latest cyclone in a record-breaking season, whipped Colombia's Providencia island with winds nearing 70 mph (110 km/hr) as it inched its way toward Central America. The wind ripped roofs off homes on the island, which along...

2005-10-28 21:07:46

By Cyntia Barrera Diaz PUERTO CABEZAS, Nicaragua (Reuters) - Hundreds of Miskito Indians streamed into makeshift shelters in a sleepy Caribbean port on Friday as Nicaragua prepared for Tropical Storm Beta, the latest cyclone in a record breaking season. Speaking in the local Miskito language, barefooted fishing families carrying clothing in bags and furniture on their backs fled exposed coastal hamlets to seek protection in Puerto Cabezas, where schools doubled as storm shelters....

2005-10-28 15:18:39

By Cyntia Barrera Diaz PUERTO CABEZAS, Nicaragua (Reuters) - Fishermen set out along Nicaragua's Caribbean coast on Friday to evacuate villagers and rush them to shelters as Tropical Storm Beta loomed, the latest cyclone to threaten Central America. The hospital in the sleepy port of Puerto Cabezas stocked up with medicines for pneumonia in case slow-moving Beta cuts off the low-lying area with its strong winds and torrential rains. Beta whipped up winds of 65 mph (100 kph) and was...

2005-10-28 12:52:22

By Cyntia Barrera Diaz PUERTO CABEZAS, Nicaragua (Reuters) - Fishermen set out along Nicaragua's Caribbean coast on Friday to evacuate villagers and rush them to shelters as Tropical Storm Beta loomed, the latest storm to batter Central America. The hospital in the sleepy port of Puerto Cabezas stocked up with medicines for pneumonia in case slow-moving Beta cuts off the low-lying area with its strong winds and torrential rains. Beta whipped up winds of 65 mph (100 kph) and was...


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