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Michael Jordan pledges $1 million for Hurricane Dorian relief in Bahamas as death toll climbs

New Zealand Herald Tuesday, 10 September 2019 ()
Michael Jordan pledges $1 million for Hurricane Dorian relief in Bahamas as death toll climbsHornets owner and six-time NBA champion Michael Jordan is pledging $1 million to organizations assisting with Hurricane Dorian relief efforts in the Bahamas.Jordan said in a statement Tuesday on Twitter through his spokeswoman Estee...
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Death toll rises to 44 in Bahamas

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