Wednesday, October 22, 2014   

At least 10 killed in US tornadoes: officials
(04-28 12:56)

Powerful tornados tearing across the southern and south-western United States have killed at least 10 people, emergency officials in the states of Arkansas and Oklahoma reported late Sunday.
The Arkansas Department of Emergency Management reported eight storm-related fatalities, while an official with the Oklahoma Emergency Management Agency said there were at least two tornado victims in their state. --AFP   
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