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As another storm looms, New Orleans halts reentry

Warned by US about weak levees, mayor advises evacuating again

By Raja Mishra and Keith O'Brien
Globe Staff and Globe Correspondent / September 20, 2005

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NEW ORLEANS -- The mayor, citing the potential threat of a tropical storm gathering strength off the coast of Florida, yesterday suspended his plan to allow people to return to the city neighborhoods largely unscathed by Hurricane Katrina and urged those who had come back to evacuate again. (Full article: 1258 words)

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