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Bahamians Look For Loved Ones As 1,300 Missing After Dorian

cbs4.com Saturday, 14 September 2019 ()
Bahamians in the most affected areas hit by Hurricane Dorian keep searching amid alarming reports that 1,300 people remain listed as missing nearly two weeks after Hurricane Dorian hit the northern Bahamas.
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In the aftermath of Hurrican Dorian, a black market for everyday items like bread has developed in the Bahamas. An estimated 17% of Bahamians are now homeless due to the catastrophic damage caused by Dorian. According to Business Insider, the UN has said 76,000 people on the islands are currently in...

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