Mexico death toll from storm Agatha rises to 11, with 33 missing

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Hurricane Agatha has left at least 11 people dead in the Mexican state of Oaxaca. Reports of the missing range from 20 to 33 people. The storm made landfall Monday as a Category 2, packing winds up to 170 kph. Some 40,000 people have been affected by the storm.
6 months ago·Oaxaca, Mexico

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