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TAMPA, Fla. — It wasn’t just the coastline, though it took most of the blow. As Hurricane Ian made landfall in Florida on Wednesday, the beach towns were the first to go as water and winds up to 150 mph decimated paradise towns from Fort Myers Beach to Punta Gorda — a city familiar with disaster, taking close to a decade to recover from 2004′s Hurricane Charley. Houses were torn from ...

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Italy's longest river would normally be alive with noise in this period of the year. Tourists and locals would come to seek refreshment in its…

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