A house destroyed by a mudslide stand in Xaltepec, on the mountainous north of Puebla state, Mexico, Sunday, Aug. 7, 2016. (AP Photo/Pablo Spencer)
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Tropical Storm Javier pushed closer to the resort city of Cabo San Lucas on the tip of Mexico's Baja California Peninsula Monday, while the death toll from former Hurricane Earl rose to 39 in the country's eastern mountains.Communities in two states were digging out from weekend mudslides during heavy rains brought by remnants of Earl, which slammed into Mexico's Gulf coast.Javier was expected to brush Cabo San Lucas late Monday and continue raking the Pacific coast of the Baja peninsula.
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