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MIAMI, Florida (CNN) -- Hurricane Ike tore into Cuba's northeastern coast Monday on a path that could take it over Havana on Tuesday morning and then toward the storm-weary U.S. Gulf Coast later in the week.
At least 73 people in Haiti were killed by rains and flooding from Hurricane Ike, and a journalist on Grand Turk Island compared the destruction there with a "Twilight Zone" episode.