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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.
  Katrina Rocks US  
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  • Katrina death toll approaches 1,000 (08:40, September 20)
  • Understanding will help build stronger ties (09:08, September 15)
  • Death toll in Hurricane Katrina exceeds 700  (08:37, September 15)
  • Bush says he takes responsibility for slow hurricane response (09:27, September 14)
  • Industry affected in hurricane-battered New Orleans  (08:38, September 12)
  • Floodwater in New Orleans seriously contaminated  (15:39, September 09)
  • Hurricane Katrina victims may wait for years to return home (15:02, September 09)
  • More bodies discovered as relief funding increases after Hurricane Katrina (07:51, September 09)
  • Escaping from Hurricane Katrina (16:45, September 08)
  • US warns against contact with highly contaminated floodwater in New Orleans (12:40, September 08)
  • Police force survivors to quit 'filthy' New Orleans (10:48, September 08)
  • Feature: "Where can I go?" (10:15, September 07)
  • Water receding noticeably in New Orleans (10:42, September 07)
  • New Orleans turning tide on floodwaters (09:59, September 07)
  • Thousands left mentally devastated after hurricane (09:35, September 07)
  • Many US hurricane victims have missing relatives  (17:00, September 06)
  • New Orleans residents urged to leave ravaged city (08:50, September 06)
  • Hurricane Katrina may kill 10,000: Mayor (08:52, September 06)
  • Hurricane-ravaged US city desperately asks for help (08:58, September 02)
  • Hurricane Katrina feared to cause global energy crisis: newspaper (09:43, September 01)
  • Hurricane Katrina hit southern US  (17:32, August 31)
  • Hurricane Katrina takes heavy toll on environment (12:17, August 31)
  • Hurricane Katrina rocks New Orleans (10:15, August 30)
  • Residents in New Orleans evacuate as Hurricane Katrina draws near  (09:03, August 30)
  • New Orleans flees as Hurricane Katrina approaches  (08:20, August 29)
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