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Almost 2.2 million homes and businesses were without power Sunday morning after Hurricane Matthew pummelled the U.S. Atlantic Southeast coast over the weekend, according to local electric companies.
ADDIS ABABA (Reuters) - Ethiopian Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn declared a six-month state of emergency on Sunday, saying it was to restore order after weeks of protests that have resulted in deaths and damage to mostly foreign-owned factories and flower farms.
(Reuters) - Brandt Snedeker romped to a nine-stroke victory in the Fiji International on Sunday with a sublime performance in blustery conditions that secured his first European title after his leading role at the Ryder Cup.
PORT SALUT, Haiti/PORT-AU-PRINCE (Reuters) - Cholera has killed at least 13 people in southwest Haiti in the wake of Hurricane Matthew, officials said on Saturday, as government teams fanned out across the hard-hit southwestern tip of the country to repair treatment centres and reach the epicentre of one outbreak.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Supporters of former Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders on Saturday expressed anger and vindication over leaked comments made by Hillary Clinton to banks and big business that appeared to confirm their fears about her support for global trade and tendency to cozy up to Wall Street.
WASHINGTON/NEW YORK (Reuters) - Leaders of religious conservative groups largely stood behind Donald Trump on Saturday, the day after vulgar sexual comments he made about women surfaced online, but some expressed concern that the U.S. Republican presidential nominee's remarks could depress evangelical turnout on Election Day.