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Dorian's toll: Bahamas officials say 2,500 missing in storm's wake

Reuters Wednesday, 11 September 2019 ()
Around 2,500 people are feared missing in the Bahamas in the wake of devastating Hurricane Dorian, a number that may include people who fled to shelters around the Caribbean island chain, authorities said on Wednesday.
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