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(PRESS RELEASE) – The Moore Bahamas Foundation (“Moore Bahamas”) today announced $300,000 in new grants for Hurricane Dorian relief and recovery, part of $1 million in support pledged by conservation philanthropist Louis Bacon. The new grants follow Moore Bahamas’ funding for emergency aid immediately after the hurricane and a post-hurricane needs assessment. The grants will ...

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The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights has called on the Bahamas to refrain from deporting Haitians. The Bahamas, which is still recovering from the devastation caused by Hurricane Dorian on September 1, 2019, this month deported 112 Haitians. The move came after Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis warned illegal migrants […]

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True to a commitment given by Prime Minister Dr Hubert Minnis regarding illegal immigrants, the Bahamas has deported 112 Haitians. Minnis had warned illegal migrants they should either leave the country voluntarily or be “forced to leave” following the passage of Hurricane Dorian last month According to the New York Times, it was unclear how […]

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CNN:- Rescuers say they found a puppy alive in the rubble of a collapsed building, one month after Hurricane Dorian ravaged parts of the Bahamas. Members of Big Dog Ranch Rescue found the dog, now named “Miracle,” on Friday in Marsh Harbour using infrared detection from a drone, the organization’s spokesman Chase Scott told CNN. Scott […]

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Images are one thing, but being immersed in the environment is quite another. Officer Lucious Lake has been relating his experience on the ground in the affected islands of the northern Bahamas.
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UNITED NATIONS, United States (AP) — As the Bahamas strives to recover from Hurricane Dorian, the prime minister is pleading with the international community to tackle climate change — and encouraging travellers to visit to help the island nation rebuild. Hubert Minnis told the UN General Assembly on Friday that the September 1 storm was […]

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(PRESS RELEASE) — The Caribbean Catastrophe Risk Insurance Facility (CCRIF) announced today that it has made two payouts to the government of The Bahamas totalling US$12,824,153 following the passage of Hurricane Dorian that caused widespread devastation in the northern part of the country affecting two of the 16 main islands that make up this archipelago ...

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Via CNN It takes just seconds here to be overwhelmed by the stench of death. More than two weeks after Hurricane Dorian wiped out entire neighborhoods, East Grand Bahama still looks like a war zone. The carnage is so widespread that even police officers can’t bear to see it. “Police say they don’t want to …
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CNN: It takes just seconds here to be overwhelmed by the stench of death. More than two weeks after Hurricane Dorian wiped out entire neighborhoods, East Grand Bahama still looks like a war zone. The carnage is so widespread that even police officers can’t bear to see it. “Police say they don’t want to go […]

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