Three dead and 360,000 without power as Ophelia hits Ireland

At least three people have been killed by storm Ophelia in Ireland. It also left hundreds of thousands of houses and businesses without power.

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    At least three people have been killed by storm Ophelia in Ireland.

    It also left hundreds of thousands of houses and businesses without power.

    Al Jazeera's Barnaby Phillips reports from the northwest coast of Ireland.


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