Tropical Storm Karen

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The name Karen has been used for seventeen tropical cyclones worldwide: six in the Atlantic Ocean, nine in the Western Pacific Ocean, one in the South-West Indian Ocean, and one in the Australian region.

In the Atlantic:

In the Western Pacific storms:

Karen was retired from the PAGASA after the 2016 typhoon season and was replaced with Kristine.

In the South-West Indian:

In the Australia region:

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