Cuban television is showing images of the storm surge from Hurricane Ike washing over coastal homes in eastern Cuba. The storm has crashed ashore with 120 mile-per-hour winds. It's on a course that could take it straight into Havana before heading into the Gulf of Mexico. Guest: Emilio San Pedro is The BBC World's Services America's editor; he spoke with us from Miami, where he'd been up all night tracking the storm.

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