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Sep.04 — The island of Grand Bahama that’s home to 50,000 people is 70% under water after Hurricane Dorian battered it with record force for two days, according to the government. At least five people died in the storm, but National Security Minister Marvin Dames said this figure is likely to rise, and will include some children, according to a report in the Nassau Guardian, a local newspaper.

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