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Red Cross calls for storm workers  USA: The American Red Cross needs 40,000 extra volunteers to help deal with the unprecedented impact of Hurricane Katrina Police hunt for dead  City police are making the recovery of bodies of Hurricane Katrina victims top priority US emergency aid chief sidelined  Washington: Michael Brown, director of the FEMA has been removed from his role managing the Hurricane Katrina relief effort $51.8b storm aid approved
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1. 2015-01-28 Inquest hears of Sydney siege deaths Sydney
2. 2014-12-22 Sydney bids farewell to siege dead Sydney
D. 2006-04-27 Katrina agency faces closure call U.S. Senate
E. 2006-02-12 US government 'failed' on Katrina U.S. Congress
F. 2005-12-29 Bosnia lab to test Katrina bodies Bosnia
6. 2005-12-28 Dozens indicted in alleged Katrina scam California
H. 2005-09-27 State blamed over Katrina effort Washington
I. 2005-09-16 Day of prayer for Katrina victims USA
2005-09-12 Emergencies chief steps down Washington

  Hurricane Katrina: George Bush in New Orleans 10 years on   Former US President has returned to New Orleans 10 years on since a crisis his administration was criticised for at the time over its slow r... Inquest hears of Sydney siege deaths  The start of an inquest into the Sydney cafe siege has heard that hostage Katrina Dawson was killed by fragments from a police bullet or bullets Sydney bids farewell to siege dead  Sydney is remembering the victims of the Lindt cafe siege, with a funeral for Tori Johnson and a memorial service for Katrina Dawson Katrina police jailed over shootings  Five former New Orleans police officers who shot six unarmed civilians, two fatally, in the wake of Hurricane Katrina have been jailed Police guilty over Katrina deaths  A US federal jury has convicted five police officers in New Orleans over fatal shootings in the chaotic aftermath of Hurricane Katrina Police go on trial over Katrina shooting Split verdict on Katrina killing Gustav evacuees urged to stay away  Hurricane Gustav didn't pack the wallop of Katrina three years earlier; 2 million evacuees to stay away from the Gulf Coast for another day Katrina shooting case collapses Bush marks 2 years from Katrina Superdome reopens 3 charged over Katrina deaths Katrina storm fraudsters paid $1.4bn Katrina agency faces closure call. U.S. Senate Katrina lost child mission ends Mardi Gras returns US government 'failed' on Katrina. U.S. Congress Katrina warnings 'went unheeded' Bosnia lab to test Katrina bodies Dozens indicted in alleged Katrina scam. California Search for Katrina bodies is over Police face Katrina looting probe State blamed over Katrina effort  Washington: Michael Brown, The former director of the FEMA has criticised state and local officials Day of prayer for Katrina victims. USA Two charged over Katrina deaths  Louisiana authorities have charged the owners of a nursing home over the deaths of 34 people who drowned City may lose 160,000 homes  U.S. Army Corps of Engineers said that one of the biggest challenges would be letting residents return   Emergencies chief steps down
New Orleans marks 10 years since Hurricane Katrina


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  At a memorial service, Mayor Mitch Landrieu recalled how residents had turned to each other for support. Former President Bill Clinton is attending
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  Washington: Michael Brown, director of FEMA, has resigned following criticism over the response to Hurricane Katrina

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  U.S. Congress: Congress approved emergency spending to pay for Hurricane Katrina recovery efforts
Sep.8   Bush declares Katrina prayer day  Washington: US President has declared 16 September 16 a national day of prayer and remembrance for the victims of the Hurricane Mexican troops cross into U.S. for relief
  Texas: The army convoy, carrying water treatment plants, is to bring aid to victims of Hurricane Katrina
    Cheney embarks on hurricane tour  Vice-President has arrived on the country's Gulf coast for a tour of the areas worst affected by Katrina Sep.7   Bush seeks $50bn hurricane relief  U.S. Congress: The President Bush is to ask Congress for more extra emergency funding to deal with the aftermath of Katrina Sep.4 Thousands of deaths predicted  Health and Human Services Secretary Michael Leavitt: it is evident number of people killed is in the thousands Sep.3   Massive airlift rescues thousands
  Survivors of Hurricane Katrina are being taken to safety in what is being called the largest-ever airlift in the country
  Bush, China's Hu to defer meeting
  Washington: U.S. President and President of China have agreed to postpone their meeting because of Hurricane Katrina
Aug.31 Katrina will scar US 'for years'  President Bush flew over devastated areas on the Gulf coast and vowed his cabinet will take over the aid operation Aug.30 Race to rescue hurricane victims
  Mississippi: Official in the badly-hit state of Mississippi say there could be hundreds dead along the coast
Aug.29   Dozens feared dead after storm  At least 50 people were killed in one county alone. The storm is causing up to $25bn of damage   Hurricane Katrina lashes coast
  1,836 people lost their lives in the hurricane and in the subsequent floods
 The costliest and one of the deadliest hurricanes in the history of the United States. Katrina devastated the Gulf Coast as far as 100 miles from the storm's center. Parts of New Orleans are flooded with up to 6 feet of water after some of the pumps failed. The storm is estimated to have been responsible for $81.2 billion in damage
Aug.28   Katrina may be 'our Asian tsunami'  Flooding expected from the hurricane could wreak catastrophe on New Orleans, overwhelming its sewage systems   Katrina now Category 5
  New Orleans Mayor declared a state of emergency and ordered a mandatory evacuation of the city
Aug.25     Two die as hurricane hits
  Florida: Katrina has hit south-east Florida, leaving hundreds of thousands of homes without electricity


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