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WEATHER NIUE
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January 08, 2004
A damaged and now empty diesel fuel tank destroyed by cyclone Heta is seen on the Pacific island of Niue,...
Alofi, New Zealand
A FUEL TANK DESTROYED BY CYCLONE HETA ON THE ISLAND OF NIUE.
A damaged and now empty diesel fuel tank destroyed by cyclone Heta is seen on the Pacific island of Niue, 2,700 km (1,675 miles) north east of New Zealand, on January 8, 2004. Emergency aid flights and medical teams arrived in tiny Niue on Wednesday after the remote South Pacific island state was devastated by the worst cyclone in memory which killed at least one person. NEW ZEALAND OUT REUTERS/Pool/Kenny Roger REUTERS TBW/PB
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