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New Orleans gains in cleanup, water removal

By Raja Mishra and Kevin Cullen
Globe Staff / September 9, 2005

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NEW ORLEANS -- The water that flooded much of New Orleans could be pumped out faster than expected, state and federal officials said yesterday, and police said a relative calm had settled over the city, even as they struggled to persuade thousands of diehards to leave. (Full article: 1075 words)

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