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HAMILTON (Reuters) - Hurricane Igor churned north on Monday on a track expected to take it near Newfoundland in easternmost Canada, after battering Bermuda with heavy winds, waves and rain that caused damage but no casualties.

The Canadian Hurricane Center issued a tropical storm watch for the coast of Newfoundland. North Atlantic Refining, operator of a 115,000 barrel-per-day oil refinery in Come-by-Chance, Newfoundland, said it was keeping a close eye on Igor.

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