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Honduras decrees national emergency for storm Agatha

2010-05-31 03:50:53 GMT2010-05-31 11:50:53 (Beijing Time)  Xinhua English

Photo taken on May 30, 2010 shows the overflowed Choluteca River in Tegucigalpa, capital of Honduras. The Honduran government decreed on Sunday national emergency due to the rains and damages produced by the tropical storm Agatha. Agatha has made rivers overflow in the south, central and west of the country. It has also caused landslides and cut off road traffic. (Xinhua/Rafael Ochoa)

People look at the overflowed Choluteca River in Tegucigalpa, capital of Honduras, May 30, 2010. The Honduran government decreed on Sunday national emergency due to the rains and damages produced by the tropical storm Agatha. Agatha has made rivers overflow in the south, central and west of the country. It has also caused landslides and cut off road traffic. (Xinhua/Rafael Ochoa)

Photo taken on May 30, 2010 shows the overflowed Choluteca River in Tegucigalpa, capital of Honduras. The Honduran government decreed on Sunday national emergency due to the rains and damages produced by the tropical storm Agatha. Agatha has made rivers overflow in the south, central and west of the country. It has also caused landslides and cut off road traffic. (Xinhua/Rafael Ochoa)

Photo taken on May 30, 2010 shows the overflowed Choluteca River in Tegucigalpa, capital of Honduras. The Honduran government decreed on Sunday national emergency due to the rains and damages produced by the tropical storm Agatha. Agatha has made rivers overflow in the south, central and west of the country. It has also caused landslides and cut off road traffic. (Xinhua/Rafael Ochoa)

Photo taken on May 30, 2010 shows the overflowed Choluteca River in Tegucigalpa, capital of Honduras. The Honduran government decreed on Sunday national emergency due to the rains and damages produced by the tropical storm Agatha.

Agatha has made rivers overflow in the south, central and west of the country. It has also caused landslides and cut off road traffic.

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