Tornados in southern U.S. kill at least 32

Tornadoes ripped through the southern United States, killing at least 32 people and leaving behind splintered buildings and downed power lines, officials and U.S. media said Monday.

Twisters caused catastrophic damage on Easter Sunday and early Monday morning as storms moved through a region stretching from Texas to Georgia, prompting the National Weather Service to issue its highest level of tornado alert.

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