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Mexico battered by deluge

Heavy rains have wreaked havoc in Eastern mexico as thousands of people flee landslides and mudflows triggered by the profuse deluge. Landslides have destroyed many homes in the eastern coastal state of Veracruz as authorities struggled to reach certain areas owing to blocked transportation routes and damaged communication lines. The intense rains in eastern Mexico have lasted several days, flooding numerous homes and roads in various parts of Veracruz.
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