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17 Oct
Developers in Florida have begun building the world's first pandemic-ready skyscraper, which will integrate the Miami Worldcenter complex. With a price tag of $500-million, the Legacy Tower is planned to contain 310 luxurious residences, 219 hotel rooms and 10-floors of medical facilities - featuring bacteria-killing robots, touchless technology and modern air purification systems which developers hope will protect residents against future pandemics.
9 Aug
Unmasked people pack Miami's South Beach and Bayside Marketplace as the Delta variant of Covid-19 spreads rapidly in Florida -- the US state recording the most new cases of the coronavirus.
18 Jul
Cuban and Cuban-American artists perform at a concert hosted by the City of Miami in the 'Little Havana' neighborhood in support of the historic anti-government protests in Cuba.
29 Jun
A team of ten Israeli Home Front Command Search and Rescue experts arrives at Miami International Airport, before heading to the Surfside collapsed building site to help American crews. The death toll has risen to nine, the local mayor said, more than three days after the building pancaked as residents slept.
30 Aug 2019
Residents in Miami stock up on water and supplies as they prepare for Hurricane Dorian, which could make landfall in Florida as a powerful Category 4 storm over Labor Day Weekend.
11 Sep 2017
The streets of Miami, Florida were mostly empty as thousands of people huddled in shelters or battened-down homes as Hurricane Irma approached.
29 Jul 2017
FC Barcelona captain Andres Iniesta addresses Neymar as team prepares for El Clasico showdown with Real Madrid in Miami.
25 Mar 2017
Around 165,000 people attend the first day of the Ultra Music Festival in Miami, one of the top electronic music festivals worldwide.

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