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Ray Nagin, who was in office during Hurricane Katrina, found guilty of accepting bribes, fraud and money laundering.
Ray Nagin, mayor when Hurricane Katrina battered New Orleans in 2005, faces five to 20 years if convicted of corruption.
Mitch Landrieu becomes first white mayor in 32 years in majority African American city.
US emergency agency closely watched after failures to manage Katrina three years ago.
As Hurricane Katrina's one-year anniversary approaches, officials in battered New Orleans are pressing ahead with ambitious development and crime-bu
Jennifer Warren & Andrew Warren in New Orleans

The prospect of Hurricane Katrina survivors being dragged from their homes looms larger while lawmakers in Washington are locking horns over probing the federal response to the disaster.

New Orleans mayor C Ray Nagin has authorised law enforcement officers and the US military to force the evacuation of all residents who refuse to heed orders to leave the dark, dangerous city, as flood waters recede inch by inch.
With a major levee break finally plugged, engineers are struggling to pump out the flooded city as authorities braced for the horrors the receding water would reveal.

President George Bush has vowed zero tolerance for looters and other profiteers from the devastation left by Hurricane Katrina and said he would send in more troops if necessary.

Hurricane Katrina probably has killed thousands of people in New Orleans, according to the city's mayor.

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