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North-eastern US braces for what could be strongest storm in decades

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Hurricane Henri was churning towards the US east coast early Sunday, as states in the north-east brace for a storm with a strength that hasn’t been seen in the region for decades. Henri was moving with a speed of 30 kilometres per hour and wind speeds of up to 120 kilometres per hour, according to the US Hurricane Centre in Miami in its latest situation report. Henri is expected to make landfall in Long Island or southern New England on Sunday morning or early afternoon, the centre predicted. Storm surges could affect Long Island, a densely populated island in New York, as well as parts of Mas…

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