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Survivors of hurricane Katrina in Houston




Survivors of hurricane Katrina in Houston




Survivors of hurricane Katrina in Houston




Survivors of hurricane Katrna in Houston




Troops head for stranded New Orleans




Troops head for stranded New Orleans




Death toll of Hurricane Katrina could reach thousands




Katrina may have killed thousands



Latest News Hurricane Rita in Focus Int'l Aids Katrina Rocks US Relief Efforts 
US Secretary of Treasury John W. Snow attends an inquiry at the Capitol of Washington D.C. Oct. 6, 2005. Hurricanes Katrina and Rita caused a loss between 70 and 130 billion dollars in property damage, the US Congressional Budget Office released here on the day.
UPDATED 14:40, December 26, 2005
Hurricane Katrina Top Story of 2005: Media
The onslaught of Gulf Coast hurricanes, notably Katrina and the deadly flooding which devastated New Orleans, was overwhelmingly picked by U.S. editors and news directors as the top story of 2005 in The Associated Press' annual vote.
Thousands still missing after Hurricane Katrina: report
The whereabouts of 6,644 people, reported missing after Hurricane Katrina hit the US Gulf Coast in late August, have not been determined, raising the prospect that the death toll from the disaster could be higher than the 1,306 recorded so far in Louisiana and Mississippi, the USA Today newspaper reported Tuesday.
Two hurricanes cost US US$70 billion to US$130 billion: report
The physical economic losses of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita are estimated between 70 and 130 billion US dollars, according to a US Congressional report.
  Int'l Aids  
NO.1 - NO.40    
  • NATO begins to airlift aid to hurricane-shattered US state (11:18, September 16)
  • Bush appreciates China's assistance to US hurrican-hit areas (09:58, September 16)
  • Cambodia to offer US$20,000 to US hurricane relief  (17:38, September 10)
  • Feature: "unusual airlift of relief goods" (17:21, September 10)
  • US asks for more NATO help (10:08, September 09)
  • Finland decides to tap strategic oil reserves in Katrina aftermath  (09:44, September 09)
  • World extends a helping hand to the US (16:59, September 08)
  • China airlifts relief goods to hurricane-hit US (15:59, September 07)
  • Canadian relief vessels start for US (07:51, September 07)
  • China may provide further aid for hurricane-hit US: FM spokesman (07:07, September 07)
  • Tsunami nations offer US advice (10:47, September 06)
  • US accepts Mexico's aid for hurricane victims  (10:15, September 06)
  • Czech offers assistance to US (09:34, September 06)
  • Norway offers emergency aid to US (09:34, September 06)
  • Greece to provide humanitarian aid to US hurricane victims (09:25, September 06)
  • Pakistan offers assistance to US for Katrina victims (09:22, September 06)
  • Belgian logistics team sent to hurricane disaster area (08:35, September 06)
  • EU ready to help victims of Hurricane Katrina (08:36, September 06)
  • Int'l community pledges aid to hurricane-stricken US states (15:28, September 05)
  • Venezuela to send 1 million barrels of oil to hurricane-hit US (12:07, September 05)
  • US accepts UN offer to rush aid to victims of Hurricane Katrina (12:06, September 05)
  • Canada to send more medical supplies to US Hurricane affected areas (12:05, September 05)
  • Spanish Red Cross team travel to US to support humanitarian actions (11:31, September 05)
  • NATO to offer food supplies to US (11:24, September 05)
  • S.Korea to provide 30 mln US dollars for Katrina relief (11:31, September 05)
  • Old foes offer aid to US (11:32, September 05)
  • Syrian president offers condolences over US hurricane disaster (11:32, September 05)
  • Kuwaiti to offer oil aid to US hurricane victims  (08:54, September 05)
  • Nepali king expresses condolence over US hurricane disaster (13:05, September 04)
  • Indonesia to send medical team to US (13:04, September 04)
  • Qatar donates $100mln for US hurricane relief (09:43, September 04)
  • China to offer $5 mln to Katrina-hit US regions (09:29, September 04)
  • Latin America shows solidarity with Katrina-hit US (12:44, September 03)
  • EU pledges to help hurricane-hit US (10:25, September 03)
  • Venezuela makes official aid offer to help US hurrican victims (10:15, September 03)
  • UK ready to help hurricane-hit US (10:03, September 03)
  • CNOOC to donate 200,000 US dollars to Katrina striken victims  (09:55, September 03)
  • Annan offers help for hurricane-stricken US (09:22, September 03)
  • US indicates willing to accept Venezuela's aid (09:23, September 03)
  • Australia provides donation, experts to US for hurricane victims (16:17, September 02)
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