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North Carolina floodwaters, death toll rise as Matthew heads to sea

Raging North Carolina rivers still rising after Hurricane Matthew threaten up to a week more of death and destruction, the state’s governor said on Sunday as the storm’s remnant headed out to sea, leaving a path of carnage from the Caribbean up the U.S. Southeast coast. Matthew, the...
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