Improved weather after Iota and Eta facilitate cleanup in northern Honduras

Tegucigalpa, Nov 28 (EFE) .- The meteorological conditions in the northwestern area of ​​Honduras have improved in the last hours, which is allowing to accelerate the cleaning work in entire communities and the rehabilitation of primary and secondary roads affected by tropical storms Iota and Eta.

“We are removing the mud that was left in the whole house about six inches high, everything was ruined,” Juan Ramón Irías, who lives in the Céleo González residential sector in eastern San Pedro Sula, told Efe in a telephone communication. most important city and located in the north of Honduras.

Irías, who among other activities is a cultural promoter, recalled that, in the midst of the floods that Iota and Eta left in the area where their home is located, the amount of water that fell was higher than that discharged by the devastating Hurricane Mitch.

He added that the three floods that the north and west of Honduras suffered in two weeks, mainly the extensive and fertile valley of Sula, caused much damage.

In the Céleo González sector, where there are around twenty neighborhoods, there were families who, due to the high level that the water reached, climbed onto the roofs of their houses, where some waited several days to be rescued by rescuers.

“The water ruined everything for us, the living room furniture, the beds, the kitchen, the refrigerator, partitions, my modest library and literature that are part of the historical memory, everything was lost,” said Irías, moved by the damage they have suffered. your home and your family.

Irías, married with four children, recalled that in 1995 he attended, as a prosecutor for the Federation of Trade Unions of Workers of Northern Honduras (Fesitranh), the inauguration of Céleo González and that he bought his house for a short time.

Until before the passage of storms Iota and Eta, the only natural disaster that had flooded the area in a similar way was Hurricane Mitch in 1998.

In the Sula Valley region, which is very vulnerable to hurricanes, storms and tropical depressions, many Hondurans, when they know that their home may be flooded, seek to protect their belongings by hanging them from the ceiling.

Irías, after the Eta pass, which flooded the Sula valley and other regions of the country, and before the arrival of Iota, decided to safeguard his belongings, mainly furniture, among other objects, in places at a height of a little more than one meter.

“We did not imagine that the flooding of the Iota would be more severe, the water made everything that we had high fell and they were on the ground full of mud,” he said.

The water level reached around two meters high in the house of Irías, who with his relatives, tools in hand, were busy cleaning their home today.

The structure of the house is preserved, but Irías said that in time they will notice if there is damage to the foundation.

He added that personnel from the Municipality of San Pedro Sula have come to the sector with machinery to clean the neighborhoods that were most damaged by the two natural phenomena, to which was added a third flood due to rainfall in the west of the country, where two rivers are born. mighty that cross through various departments and flow into the Caribbean.

“We are seeing if we rescue the refrigerator, which was thrown on the floor. We will clean it with pressurized water jets and then we will dry it to see if it works,” Irías said.

Thousands of Hondurans continue to clean their homes, offices, factories, shops and other types of infrastructure damaged by the floods left by Iota and Eta.

It is also working on the rehabilitation of totally or partially damaged bridges and roads. EFE

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Impact of hurricanes in Central America infographic

November 26, 2020 – The destruction caused by hurricanes Eta and Iota raises fears of a new wave of mass migration from Central America as the region is already facing an economic crisis linked to the coronavirus pandemic.

Eta made landfall on November 3 in Nicaragua, leaving a path of death and destruction from Panama to Mexico. Two weeks later, Iota hit the same stretch of Nicaragua’s Caribbean coast, pouring more rain on still flooded countries. At least 150 people were killed and more than 100 remain missing.

The same day Eta landed, U.S. voters elected Joe Biden amid a pandemic that has devastated the continent for more than eight months. The Democrat has promised a more compassionate approach to immigration even as desperate families weigh their options inside mud-filled Central American homes.

Among the hardest-hit areas was Honduras’ north, the country’s most productive agricultural region. The Sula Valley reported massive crop losses raising fears of food shortages.

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MESSI WILL COMPLY ?? A NEW RÃ ?? CORD WITH BARCELONA – EL ONCE HN


17 years, 677 goals, 799 games. These are some of the many figures that accumulate Leo messi with FC Barcelona since he made his debut with the first team shirt, that November 16, 2003 in a friendly against Porto. A day in which, despite the fact that few could have imagined it, the most successful chapter in the history of Barça began.

Since then, Messi has not stopped adding games. In total, the Argentine accumulates 799 matches defending the Barça shirt (741 officials and 58 friendlies). Therefore, this Saturday against Atlà ©tico Madrid, Leo Messi could play his party number 800 as culé.

In few of these games Messi, and therefore Barça, has known defeat. The percentage is 11% in these 17 years, with 561 victories (519 official), 149 draws (137 in official matches) and only 89 losses (85 official).

The goals, one of the most recognized facets of the Argentinean game, also carry a good statistical weight. In the total of these 799 games, he accumulates 677 goals scored, of which 640 have been in competition.

A link Barça-Messi that adds 10 Leagues, 4 Champions, 6 King’s Cups, 3 Club World Cups, 3 European Super Cups and 8 Spanish Super Cups. 34 títulos in total, they make him the most awarded player in the history of Barça.


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Consulates of Guatemala and Honduras make call to help victims

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PORTLAND, Pray. – The storms caused by hurricanes Eta and now Iota have caused death and destruction in Central America. This left 130 deaths in the Central American region and dozens of disappeared. At least 19 deaths have been attributed to Iota, but this number is likely to continue to rise, authorities reported.

The consulates of Guatemala in Seattle and of Honduras in San Francisco they make a call to help the victims.

“Among those that we can mention Izabal, El Progreso, Santa Rosa, Quiché, Huehuetenango, Zacapa, Jutiapa are the departments that have been greatly affected, also the Petén as a result of this situation,” said Claudia Gatica, Consul of Guatemala in Seattle .

The Gatica Consul confirmed more than 373 thousand affected, 93 thousand evacuated and 46 deaths only in Guatemala due to the Eta storm. Although due to the pandemic they cannot open collection centers in the Pacific Northwest region, they have other ways for people to make a safe donation.

“Invite compatriots to support us by making virtual purchases for those of us who are in the Northwest of the country and can transfer this support to our collection center, which is the Guatemalan Consulate in Los Angeles, California.”

What is most needed are non-perishable foods and medicines that still have the seal.

If you want to make a monetary donation, Consul Gatica said that you can do it through the Banco de Guatemala and other certified institutions such as the Red Cross of Guatemala.

It is unknown if the Guatemalan community has organized collection centers in Oregon, but the Honduran community has organized and has opened two non-perishable food and item donation centers.

“Honduras really needs us, it needs us to be able to contribute our bit and we are also calling on the entire Honduran community to join this cause,” said Rosa Escalante, owner of the ‘Sabor Catracho’ business, one of the two places in Portland where donations are received. ‘Sabor Catracho is located at 742 NE 181 Ave. They have received donations of clothing, shoes, and diapers. The second donation site for Honduras is located at Mobile Auto Glass Shop, 816 N. Lombard St.

Another way to help is through the Honduran Consulate.

According to Consul Sofia Valverde, Honduras estimates that there are approximately 3 million people affected and 500 shelters. If you want to send items, she suggests that you do so through the consulate to save on shipping costs.

“We are assuming the cost, if they do not consign it to us, we send COPECOS (Permanent Contingency Committee) to Honduras at no cost to people, but we do have to have it in our consulate, in our collection centers as such. ”.

If you wish to make a donation through other community-organized centers or individually, as has been done in Portland, the shipping cost is up to you.

“You can work with churches, with NGOs (non-governmental organizations), the point here is to bring aid to Honduras, that is, either with us as a government, with churches, with NGOs as it is to bring that grain of sand and that light of hope, any help is good ”.

The biggest priority in Honduras, Consul Valverde said, is non-perishable food and mats.

They are moving the food donations by air so that it arrives sooner. Donations of clothes, shoes, among other things, are being sent through containers.

Another option is to shop online with designated supermarkets in Honduras to make direct purchases and avoid the cost of shipping.

Consul Valverde suggests that if you want to make a separate monetary donation without involving the consulate, do so through international organizations such as the Honduras Red Cross, since the Honduran Consulate does not accept such donations.

List of needs in Guatemala:

List of needs in Honduras:

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The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

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The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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The hurricane Iota, was demoted Tuesday morning to tropical stormIt reached 250 kilometers per hour winds causing havoc as it passed through Nicaragua, before entering Honduras.

So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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The hurricane Iota, was demoted Tuesday morning to tropical stormIt reached 250 kilometers per hour winds causing havoc as it passed through Nicaragua, before entering Honduras.

So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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The hurricane Iota, was demoted Tuesday morning to tropical stormIt reached 250 kilometers per hour winds causing havoc as it passed through Nicaragua, before entering Honduras.

So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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The hurricane Iota, was demoted Tuesday morning to tropical stormIt reached 250 kilometers per hour winds causing havoc as it passed through Nicaragua, before entering Honduras.

So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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The hurricane Iota, was demoted Tuesday morning to tropical stormIt reached 250 kilometers per hour winds causing havoc as it passed through Nicaragua, before entering Honduras.

So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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The hurricane Iota, was demoted Tuesday morning to tropical stormIt reached 250 kilometers per hour winds causing havoc as it passed through Nicaragua, before entering Honduras.

So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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The hurricane Iota, was demoted Tuesday morning to tropical stormIt reached 250 kilometers per hour winds causing havoc as it passed through Nicaragua, before entering Honduras.

So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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The hurricane Iota, was demoted Tuesday morning to tropical stormIt reached 250 kilometers per hour winds causing havoc as it passed through Nicaragua, before entering Honduras.

So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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The hurricane Iota, was demoted Tuesday morning to tropical stormIt reached 250 kilometers per hour winds causing havoc as it passed through Nicaragua, before entering Honduras.

So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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The hurricane Iota, was demoted Tuesday morning to tropical stormIt reached 250 kilometers per hour winds causing havoc as it passed through Nicaragua, before entering Honduras.

So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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The hurricane Iota, was demoted Tuesday morning to tropical stormIt reached 250 kilometers per hour winds causing havoc as it passed through Nicaragua, before entering Honduras.

So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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The hurricane Iota, was demoted Tuesday morning to tropical stormIt reached 250 kilometers per hour winds causing havoc as it passed through Nicaragua, before entering Honduras.

So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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The hurricane Iota, was demoted Tuesday morning to tropical stormIt reached 250 kilometers per hour winds causing havoc as it passed through Nicaragua, before entering Honduras.

So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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The hurricane Iota, was demoted Tuesday morning to tropical stormIt reached 250 kilometers per hour winds causing havoc as it passed through Nicaragua, before entering Honduras.

So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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The hurricane Iota, was demoted Tuesday morning to tropical stormIt reached 250 kilometers per hour winds causing havoc as it passed through Nicaragua, before entering Honduras.

So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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The hurricane Iota, was demoted Tuesday morning to tropical stormIt reached 250 kilometers per hour winds causing havoc as it passed through Nicaragua, before entering Honduras.

So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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The hurricane Iota, was demoted Tuesday morning to tropical stormIt reached 250 kilometers per hour winds causing havoc as it passed through Nicaragua, before entering Honduras.

So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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The hurricane Iota, was demoted Tuesday morning to tropical stormIt reached 250 kilometers per hour winds causing havoc as it passed through Nicaragua, before entering Honduras.

So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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The hurricane Iota, was demoted Tuesday morning to tropical stormIt reached 250 kilometers per hour winds causing havoc as it passed through Nicaragua, before entering Honduras.

So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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The hurricane Iota, was demoted Tuesday morning to tropical stormIt reached 250 kilometers per hour winds causing havoc as it passed through Nicaragua, before entering Honduras.

So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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The hurricane Iota, was demoted Tuesday morning to tropical stormIt reached 250 kilometers per hour winds causing havoc as it passed through Nicaragua, before entering Honduras.

So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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The hurricane Iota, was demoted Tuesday morning to tropical stormIt reached 250 kilometers per hour winds causing havoc as it passed through Nicaragua, before entering Honduras.

So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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The hurricane Iota, was demoted Tuesday morning to tropical stormIt reached 250 kilometers per hour winds causing havoc as it passed through Nicaragua, before entering Honduras.

So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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The hurricane Iota, was demoted Tuesday morning to tropical stormIt reached 250 kilometers per hour winds causing havoc as it passed through Nicaragua, before entering Honduras.

So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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The hurricane Iota, was demoted Tuesday morning to tropical stormIt reached 250 kilometers per hour winds causing havoc as it passed through Nicaragua, before entering Honduras.

So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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The hurricane Iota, was demoted Tuesday morning to tropical stormIt reached 250 kilometers per hour winds causing havoc as it passed through Nicaragua, before entering Honduras.

So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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The hurricane Iota, was demoted Tuesday morning to tropical stormIt reached 250 kilometers per hour winds causing havoc as it passed through Nicaragua, before entering Honduras.

So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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The hurricane Iota, was demoted Tuesday morning to tropical stormIt reached 250 kilometers per hour winds causing havoc as it passed through Nicaragua, before entering Honduras.

So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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The hurricane Iota, was demoted Tuesday morning to tropical stormIt reached 250 kilometers per hour winds causing havoc as it passed through Nicaragua, before entering Honduras.

So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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The hurricane Iota, was demoted Tuesday morning to tropical stormIt reached 250 kilometers per hour winds causing havoc as it passed through Nicaragua, before entering Honduras.

So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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The hurricane Iota, was demoted Tuesday morning to tropical stormIt reached 250 kilometers per hour winds causing havoc as it passed through Nicaragua, before entering Honduras.

So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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The hurricane Iota, was demoted Tuesday morning to tropical stormIt reached 250 kilometers per hour winds causing havoc as it passed through Nicaragua, before entering Honduras.

So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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The hurricane Iota, was demoted Tuesday morning to tropical stormIt reached 250 kilometers per hour winds causing havoc as it passed through Nicaragua, before entering Honduras.

So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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The hurricane Iota, was demoted Tuesday morning to tropical stormIt reached 250 kilometers per hour winds causing havoc as it passed through Nicaragua, before entering Honduras.

So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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The hurricane Iota, was demoted Tuesday morning to tropical stormIt reached 250 kilometers per hour winds causing havoc as it passed through Nicaragua, before entering Honduras.

So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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The hurricane Iota, was demoted Tuesday morning to tropical stormIt reached 250 kilometers per hour winds causing havoc as it passed through Nicaragua, before entering Honduras.

So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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The hurricane Iota, was demoted Tuesday morning to tropical stormIt reached 250 kilometers per hour winds causing havoc as it passed through Nicaragua, before entering Honduras.

So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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The hurricane Iota, was demoted Tuesday morning to tropical stormIt reached 250 kilometers per hour winds causing havoc as it passed through Nicaragua, before entering Honduras.

So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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The hurricane Iota, was demoted Tuesday morning to tropical stormIt reached 250 kilometers per hour winds causing havoc as it passed through Nicaragua, before entering Honduras.

So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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The hurricane Iota, was demoted Tuesday morning to tropical stormIt reached 250 kilometers per hour winds causing havoc as it passed through Nicaragua, before entering Honduras.

So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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The hurricane Iota, was demoted Tuesday morning to tropical stormIt reached 250 kilometers per hour winds causing havoc as it passed through Nicaragua, before entering Honduras.

So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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The hurricane Iota, was demoted Tuesday morning to tropical stormIt reached 250 kilometers per hour winds causing havoc as it passed through Nicaragua, before entering Honduras.

So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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The hurricane Iota, was demoted Tuesday morning to tropical stormIt reached 250 kilometers per hour winds causing havoc as it passed through Nicaragua, before entering Honduras.

So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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The hurricane Iota, was demoted Tuesday morning to tropical stormIt reached 250 kilometers per hour winds causing havoc as it passed through Nicaragua, before entering Honduras.

So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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The hurricane Iota, was demoted Tuesday morning to tropical stormIt reached 250 kilometers per hour winds causing havoc as it passed through Nicaragua, before entering Honduras.

So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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The hurricane Iota, was demoted Tuesday morning to tropical stormIt reached 250 kilometers per hour winds causing havoc as it passed through Nicaragua, before entering Honduras.

So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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The hurricane Iota, was demoted Tuesday morning to tropical stormIt reached 250 kilometers per hour winds causing havoc as it passed through Nicaragua, before entering Honduras.

So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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The hurricane Iota, was demoted Tuesday morning to tropical stormIt reached 250 kilometers per hour winds causing havoc as it passed through Nicaragua, before entering Honduras.

So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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The hurricane Iota, was demoted Tuesday morning to tropical stormIt reached 250 kilometers per hour winds causing havoc as it passed through Nicaragua, before entering Honduras.

So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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The hurricane Iota, was demoted Tuesday morning to tropical stormIt reached 250 kilometers per hour winds causing havoc as it passed through Nicaragua, before entering Honduras.

So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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The hurricane Iota, was demoted Tuesday morning to tropical stormIt reached 250 kilometers per hour winds causing havoc as it passed through Nicaragua, before entering Honduras.

So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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The hurricane Iota, was demoted Tuesday morning to tropical stormIt reached 250 kilometers per hour winds causing havoc as it passed through Nicaragua, before entering Honduras.

So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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The hurricane Iota, was demoted Tuesday morning to tropical stormIt reached 250 kilometers per hour winds causing havoc as it passed through Nicaragua, before entering Honduras.

So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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The hurricane Iota, was demoted Tuesday morning to tropical stormIt reached 250 kilometers per hour winds causing havoc as it passed through Nicaragua, before entering Honduras.

So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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The hurricane Iota, was demoted Tuesday morning to tropical stormIt reached 250 kilometers per hour winds causing havoc as it passed through Nicaragua, before entering Honduras.

So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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The hurricane Iota, was demoted Tuesday morning to tropical stormIt reached 250 kilometers per hour winds causing havoc as it passed through Nicaragua, before entering Honduras.

So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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The hurricane Iota, was demoted Tuesday morning to tropical stormIt reached 250 kilometers per hour winds causing havoc as it passed through Nicaragua, before entering Honduras.

So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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The hurricane Iota, was demoted Tuesday morning to tropical stormIt reached 250 kilometers per hour winds causing havoc as it passed through Nicaragua, before entering Honduras.

So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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The hurricane Iota, was demoted Tuesday morning to tropical stormIt reached 250 kilometers per hour winds causing havoc as it passed through Nicaragua, before entering Honduras.

So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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The hurricane Iota, was demoted Tuesday morning to tropical stormIt reached 250 kilometers per hour winds causing havoc as it passed through Nicaragua, before entering Honduras.

So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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The hurricane Iota, was demoted Tuesday morning to tropical stormIt reached 250 kilometers per hour winds causing havoc as it passed through Nicaragua, before entering Honduras.

So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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The hurricane Iota, was demoted Tuesday morning to tropical stormIt reached 250 kilometers per hour winds causing havoc as it passed through Nicaragua, before entering Honduras.

So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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The hurricane Iota, was demoted Tuesday morning to tropical stormIt reached 250 kilometers per hour winds causing havoc as it passed through Nicaragua, before entering Honduras.

So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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The hurricane Iota, was demoted Tuesday morning to tropical stormIt reached 250 kilometers per hour winds causing havoc as it passed through Nicaragua, before entering Honduras.

So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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The hurricane Iota, was demoted Tuesday morning to tropical stormIt reached 250 kilometers per hour winds causing havoc as it passed through Nicaragua, before entering Honduras.

So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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The hurricane Iota, was demoted Tuesday morning to tropical stormIt reached 250 kilometers per hour winds causing havoc as it passed through Nicaragua, before entering Honduras.

So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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The hurricane Iota, was demoted Tuesday morning to tropical stormIt reached 250 kilometers per hour winds causing havoc as it passed through Nicaragua, before entering Honduras.

So far, damage to the roofs of houses has been reported, as well as the collapse of the power lines and flooding of dozens of communities in the northern Caribbean of Nicaragua, where it made landfall on the night of this Monday, November 16.

According to the official report, the tropical storm is expected to weaken rapidly throughout November 18 and to be totally dissipated in Central America, where it is likely to end its journey.

In the early hours of Tuesday (11/17/2020), Hurricane Iota was downgraded to category 1, hours before entering Honduran territory. Faced with this situation, the authorities of the most vulnerable areas have already begun to evacuate the population to minimize damage, according to reports from Copeco.

Currently, Iota is located about 190 km east of the department of El Paraíso, east of the Honduran territory, as was announced earlier in Telenoticias by climate change expert César Quintanilla.

Iota was already a record system for being the Named 30th storm this Atlantic hurricane season. It became a hurricane due to strong winds from the previous weekend. Reached category 5.

Also: Honduras under red alert due to the threat of Iota, which would enter as a hurricane; there is risk in the central zone

The rapid succession of meteors has focused attention on climate change, which scientists say is causing wetter, stronger and more destructive storms.

Also: Father Ovidio Rodríguez: ‘here it is legal to steal and kill, our ruler speaks of unity and with his speech he makes confrontation’

Stay informed through the broadcasts of Telenoticias at 4:45 am, and Telenoticias Estelar at 9:00 pm and live on Televicentro.com

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Eta Storm: Colombia sends its aid to Guatemala and Honduras | The most important news and analysis in Latin America | DW

The Government of Guatemala reported this Thursday (11/12/2020) that Colombia will send several aircraft to the Central American country to collaborate with the delivery of humanitarian aid for people affected by the tropical depression Eta, while Bogotá also dispatched medical equipment and specialist personnel to Honduras to care for those affected.

The Social Communication Secretariat of the Guatemalan Presidency detailed in a statement that the Colombian collaboration was authorized by the President of the South American country, Iván Duque, at the direct request of his Guatemalan counterpart, Alejandro Giammattei.

“Both leaders have an excellent relationship” and the “response was immediate,” the press release stated. The Guatemalan authorities did not release further details about the number of aircraft or what type of air transport it is. The Colombian collaboration was managed through its ambassador in Guatemala, Juan Hurtado Cano, according to the Guatemalan Foreign Minister, Pedro Brolo.

Until the last update this Thursday, the civil protection authorities of Guatemala counted 46 people dead and 96 missing due to the rains caused by the tropical depression And during the first week of November. In addition, there are 649,000 people directly and indirectly affected by the meteorological phenomenon.

Several towns in the north of the territory, mostly indigenous, continue to be isolated due to burials and floods caused by And, as confirmed by various sources. On Wednesday, Guatemala received international support for the more than 600,000 affected people as “the national response capacity has been exceeded.”

In addition to Colombia, El Salvador and the United States have supported Guatemala with helicopters to distribute food in various towns where it is not possible to enter by land and where hundreds of people are waiting for help.

Colombia sends aid to Honduras

On the other hand, Colombia also sent the first of two Air Force flights with humanitarian aid to Honduras to support relief efforts for the affected people. The Colombian Foreign Ministry detailed in a statement that a Hercules C-130 departed from the air base of Catam, attached to the Bogota airport The Golden, to the city of San Pedro Sula transporting “vanguard equipment recently acquired by the national government to strengthen the capacities of the Colombian Civil Defense.”

The information adds that this team has “accommodation for 100 patients of low complexity, a room for small procedures, a special cabin for patients with suspected COVID-19 and a Unified Command Post, totally autonomous in water, electricity and communications services. “In total, 11.5 tons will be taken to Honduras between cargo and Colombian Civil Defense personnel, made up of professionals from medicine, nursing, pre-hospital assistants, a psychologist and a search and rescue binomial.

Likewise, this Thursday on a second flight, Colombia will transport three rescue boats and an all-terrain vehicle. To help in the emergency, the Colombian Air Force also “ordered the dispatch of a helicopter Black Hawk to conduct search and rescue operations in Honduras, as well as a plane House C-295 that he will travel to Panama for three days to support that country in the transportation of humanitarian cargo, “added the source.

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Eta Storm: Multilateral Banks Will Support Central American Countries | The most important news and analysis in Latin America | DW

The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), the World Bank (WB) and the Central American Bank for Economic Integration (CABEI) committed this Tuesday (11.10.2020) to support in a coordinated manner the Central American countries affected by the effects of the tropical depression Eta.

In a joint statement, the multilateral banks indicated that their commitment will materialize in a “plan of action in the short, medium and long term” to finance humanitarian aid and reconstruction tasks in Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua. Representatives of the IDB, World Bank and CABEI met virtually to “catalyze humanitarian aid” to the three Central American countries.

The joint assistance will support the efforts of the Governments of the three countries in assessing the damage left by the cyclone, delivering aid to affected people and planning the interventions necessary to rehabilitate damaged infrastructure through lines of credit and technical assistance, the statement added.

“One of my priorities is to achieve a closer collaboration with the rest of the multilaterals, in order to prioritize actions and maximize resources,” said IDB President Mauricio Claver-Carone who assured that “emergencies like this, in an already extremely complicated context Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, a coordinated and agile response by international organizations is especially necessary. “

“We are going to give the countries affected by And all the necessary support, so that they can quickly assist the affected families, repair the damage and what is very important in the medium term, rebuild better, “said the Vice President for Latin America and the Caribbean of the World Bank, Carlos Felipe Jaramillo and pointed out that the “quick and effective response is, as always in these cases, the highest priority.”

For his part, the executive president of CABEI, Dante Mossi, affirmed that for this Central American bank it is a “priority to be able to attend quickly and effectively” the needs of the countries of the region affected by a double crisis, first of all the pandemic of COVID-19 and now the damages of the natural phenomenon.

Photo of a flooded gas station in Guatemala

“The joint work between the multilateral banks and the governments of the region will be key to attracting additional and complementary resources from the international cooperating community and optimizing their allocation,” Mossi underlined.

Multilateral organizations indicated that, although it is “too early to know the exact damage, it is estimated that thousands of victims have been affected in the region, as well as damage to infrastructure and private property.”

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Honduras launches economic reactivation plan due to pandemic and storm Eta | Voice of America

In the middle of the emergency that Honduras faces due to the passage of tropical storm Eta, which hit Central America last week, the Government of that country announced the launch of an economic reactivation plan that will address both the ravages of the climate phenomenon and the emergency facing the country due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

President Juan Orlando Hernández explained that the plan to be carried out includes the management of funds from international organizations, “agreements with the national bank to inject resources (…), both those of the State and loans.”

Hernández cited that they will work with banks, such as the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), the World Bank (WB) and the Central American Bank for Economic Integration (CABEI), to have “access to fresh funds and also access to Green Funds, considering that Honduras, Myanmar and Puerto Rico are the countries most affected in the world by extreme climatic phenomena ”, he said.

On the national radio and television network, the president also emphasized that the Government continues with the rescue and evacuation tasks. In addition, he assured, to implement health care and biosecurity measures to control a massive spread of the covid, among other tasks.

Eta wreaked havoc in Honduras, authorities reported that about 26 people died, 4 are missing. There are more than 150,000 families affected, 1,650 evacuated and 26,795 rescued; At least 38 communities are cut off due to road closures, and five bridges were knocked down by river currents.

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Pedro Troglio auctioned a camisole to help those affected by tropical storm Eta

Pedro Troglio, coach of Olympiad, wanted to collaborate with the people who have been affected as a result of the tropical storm And, which in the last minutes affected a large part of Central AmericaHonduras being one of the most affected countries, leaving part of the population homeless.

Given this, the Argentine strategist took the initiative to auction a camisole, the promotion was done through social networks. Troglio announced that the proceeds would be used for people who have been left without their belongings and for help relatives who have suffered the loss of loved ones.

This shirt is very important For me, it is part of the champion’s clothing and I want to send it to serve in a collection for all the people who are going through a bad time. It goes with all my affection and affection, it is a small grain of sand. Hoping that people recover, can get ahead “, the technician said in a video.

The journalist Kike Lanza announced that the camisole was donated to a house, which was in charge of doing the dynamics at the end it was sold for the amount of 12,025 lempiras. “Everything and every penny will go in groceries and warm clothes for the Sula Valley brothers, wrote the communicator.

Pedro Troglio has been concerned about the constant rains, after finishing the match against Managua FC gave his words of support to the people, in addition, he was also part of the organization that the Olimpia club had to collect groceries.

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