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At least 18 dead as powerful storms strike central United States


At least 18 people were killed in four states after powerful storms struck the central United States on May 26, including Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Kentucky. The extreme weather has left more than 642,000 people without power.

As the storms move east, over 120 million people are at risk of severe weather on Monday. Severe tornadoes, large hail and strong winds are expected.

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