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Hurricane Fiona hits Canada amid fears of ‘historic, extreme event’

By DW
27 September 2022   |   4:55 pm
Hurricane Fiona has hit Canada's Atlantic coast with strong rains and wind after brushing past Bermuda. Experts say it could become one of the most severe storms Canada has ever seen.

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