A Million Mexicans Affected by Floods

Mexico Floods Make Thousands Homeless
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Volunteers hand out boxes of relief goods at the flood-affected community of Villa Macultepec in the Mexican state of Tabasco on Sunday, November 4, 2007.

In the state capital, Villahermosa, "people are fighting over food and water, and the lack of electricity and running water are making life in the city impossible," said Martha Lilia Lopez, who has been handing out food to victims on behalf of a nonprofit foundation she heads.

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