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Tropical cyclone bears down on Bahamas, U.N. pledges aid

Reuters Friday, 13 September 2019
A tropical cyclone carrying heavy rain and strong winds neared the already devastated Bahamas on Friday, threatening to complicate Hurricane Dorian recovery efforts as the U.N. secretary-general arrived in the islands in a show of support.
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News video: Bahamas May Be Hit B Tropical Cyclone Soon After Hurricane Dorian

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The Bahamas recently faced Hurricane Dorian and now a tropical cyclone is forecast to hit them next. According to Reuters, this would bring more rain and wind to the islands that have barely begun to recover. Hurricane Dorian was a category 5 storm, one of the strongest Atlantic hurricanes to make a...

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