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Aid Agency Says Conditions In Bahamas Are Going South Quickly

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Aid Agency Says Conditions In Bahamas Are Going South Quickly

Aid Agency Says Conditions In Bahamas Are Going South Quickly

In the Bahamas, Reuters reports thousands of displaced people are living in “rapidly deteriorating” conditions.

The United Nations World Food Programme issued the warning six days after Hurricane Dorian made landfall.

Aid groups are rushing emergency aid via ships and aircraft to the storm-ravaged islands.

Officials say the official death toll of 43 was likely to spike higher.


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