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Bahamas issues tropical storm warning

CBS News Friday, 13 September 2019 ()
Bahamas issues tropical storm warningThe Bahamas government has issued a tropical storm warning for its northwestern islands
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News video: Hurricane-hit Bahamas faces new tropical storm warning

Hurricane-hit Bahamas faces new tropical storm warning 02:26

Prime minister says he hopes the potential storm will cause few problems - but people are prepared.

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