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Bahamas condition 'rapidly deteriorating' in wake of Hurricane Dorian

SBS Saturday, 7 September 2019
Bahamas leaders believe hundreds and perhaps thousands are missing in the archipelago nation of about 400,000 people in the wake of Hurricane Dorian.
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News video: Bahamas Death Toll Expected To Rise In Wake Of Hurricane Dorian Devastation

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Bahamian Prime Minister Hubert Alexander Minnis said he expects the number of victims of Hurricane Dorian to rise from seven as rescue and recovery efforts continue. The hurricane has destroyed or severely damaged around 13,000 homes, leaving many people homeless. Hurricane Dorian is expected to come...

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