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Hurricane Iota

Positivity     29.00%   
   Negativity   71.00%
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SOURCE: https://www.nbcnews.com/slideshow/week-pictures-rubber-ducky-shields-trump-s-base-rallies-n1248331
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The storm's center passed just south of Tegucigalpa, the mountainous capital of Honduras, where residents of low-lying, flood-prone areas were evacuated, as were residents of hillside neighborhoods vulnerable to landslides.A crane flies during the migration season at Hula Nature Reserve in northern Israel on Nov. 17.Presidential Guards wearing protective masks perform their sentry duty in front of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Athens on Nov. 16.A police officer on a bike patrols an empty downtown street in El Paso, Texas on Nov. 12.A contested order closing all non-essential businesses in the county has been extended until Dec. 1.Patients suffering from Covid-19 are treated at a temporary hospital in the Krylatskoye Ice Palace in Moscow on Nov. 13.With more than 2 million coronavirus infections, Russia has the world's fifth highest number of cases after the United States, India, Brazil and France.A dog sleeps over the debris of a house destroyed by the passing of Hurricane Iota in Puerto Cabezas, Nicaragua, on Nov. 17.Nicaragua Vice President and first lady Rosario Murillo on Wednesday raised the nation’s death toll to 16.

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