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March 25, 1999 | JANET HOOK, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The House on Wednesday narrowly approved a bill to provide nearly $1 billion in disaster assistance for Central American countries still struggling to recover from Hurricane Mitch. The Senate passed a similar bill Tuesday and lawmakers expressed hope that the measure--which also includes aid for U.S. farmers hit by economic hard times--could make money available in time for the spring planting season.
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March 25, 1999 | JANET HOOK, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The House on Wednesday narrowly approved a bill to provide nearly $1 billion in disaster assistance for Central American countries still struggling to recover from Hurricane Mitch. The Senate passed a similar bill Tuesday and lawmakers expressed hope that the measure--which also includes aid for U.S. farmers hit by economic hard times--could make money available in time for the spring planting season.
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December 27, 1998 | NIKO PRICE, ASSOCIATED PRESS
When Hurricane Mitch swept through Central America, the areas it hit hardest were among those least able to take it. Thousands were killed and millions were left homeless in Nicaragua and Honduras, two of the hemisphere's poorest countries. The storm pushed people already in desperate condition even further toward misery and starvation. The Associated Press spent time with one such family. Here is their story.
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December 27, 1998 | NIKO PRICE, ASSOCIATED PRESS
When Hurricane Mitch swept through Central America, the areas it hit hardest were among those least able to take it. Thousands were killed and millions were left homeless in Nicaragua and Honduras, two of the hemisphere's poorest countries. The storm pushed people already in desperate condition even further toward misery and starvation. The Associated Press spent time with one such family. Here is their story.
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