Hurricane Delta leaves downed power lines after lashing Mexico’s Cancun | AFP

Workers repair power lines ripped down by Hurricane Delta, after the storm slammed into Cancun, one of Mexico’s most popular beach resorts, where it caused widespread power outages but left no victims.

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Delta toca tierra en México como huracán de categoría 2

El ojo de Delta toca tierra justo al sur del resort mexicano de Cancún como un extremadamente peligroso huracán de categoría 2, derribando árboles y dejando sin electricidad a varios centros turísticos

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Fallen palm trees, waterlogged streets after Hurricane Delta thrashes Mexico’s Cancun | AFP

Navy and Army officials clear away trees that were uprooted and tossed onto a road as Hurricane Delta lashed Cancun, one of Mexico’s most popular tourist destinations.

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Strong winds as Hurricane Delta makes landfall in Cancun | AFP

Hurricane Delta makes trees sway as it makes landfall on Mexico’s Caribbean coast, where thousands of tourists are hunkered down in emergency shelters in a string of major beach resorts.

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Strong winds as Hurricane Delta makes landfall in Cancun | AFP

Hurricane Delta makes trees sway as it makes landfall on Mexico’s Caribbean coast, where thousands of tourists are hunkered down in emergency shelters in a string of major beach resorts. (COMPLETES VIDI8RL4U6_EN AND VIDI8RL6EE_EN) of strong winds

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Mexico’s Cancun braces for huge Hurricane Delta | AFP

The tourist city of Cancun, Mexico prepares for the arrival of Hurricane Delta, which has rapidly intensified in the Caribbean to reach a Category 4 and is making landfall in southeastern Mexico.

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Saharan dust cloud looms over Mexico’s Cancun | AFP

After sweeping across the Atlantic from Africa, a massive cloud of Saharan dust greys the sky in the Mexican resort city of Cancun, sparking warnings to people with respiratory illnesses to stay home.

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Regresan turistas al Caribe mexicano

Casi tres meses después de que cerraron sus puertas por la pandemia del nuevo coronavirus, los hoteles de Cancún y otros destinos de playa en la zona del Caribe mexicano comienzan a recibir turistas

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Mexico braces for impact as Thomas Cook collapses | AFP

Mexico is bracing for a “very powerful” impact from the collapse of British travel firm Thomas Cook, as several hundred tourists gather at the Cancun airport looking for a way home.

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VICE News Daily: Cancun’s Beaches Covered in Seaweed

The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Liberian babies at risk for human trafficking, Egypt extends the Suez Canal, a German website helps refugees find homes, and Mexico’s beaches are covered in seaweed.

LIBERIA
Ebola Outbreak Leads to Undocumented Babies
Only 700 births were recorded between January and May this year.

EGYPT
Suez Canal Extension Set to Begin
The new 45-mile waterway will accommodate the world’s largest ships.

GERMANY
Refugees Find Homes in Spare Rooms
A new website has placed more than 60 asylum-seekers.

MEXICO
Algae Turns Cancun Beaches Green
Seaweed has coated more than 100 miles of coastline.

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