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Bahamas says 2,500 missing after Dorian; prime minister warns death toll to rise 'significantly'

Reuters Thursday, 12 September 2019 ()
Some 2,500 people are still listed as missing in the Bahamas more than a week after Hurricane Dorian pummeled the Caribbean island chain, although that number may include evacuees who fled to shelters, authorities said on Wednesday.
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The leading edge of a potential tropical storm brought rain and wind to the Bahamas early Friday. The new storm front complicates the ongoing search for 1,300 people missing in the wake of hurricane Dorian. The Miami-based National Hurricane Center (NHC) has issued a tropical storm warning for most...

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