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By Associated Press
More than five weeks since Hurricane Dorian devastated the Bahamas, the complexities of the storm and the recovery are in some ways just beginning to reveal themselves. But scientists also say the long game for the Bahamas is very uncertain,…
By Miles O'Brien
Thousands of evacuees sought refuge in Houston's convention center during Hurricane Harvey but their pets were not allowed in with them. Now emergency service groups and animal shelters in Houston are taking a step to include animals and pets in…
By PBS NewsHour
"If the bad weather comes and you’re still here," law enforcement voices blared, "we’re not going to do anything for you." Now stuck in shelters, Texans endure boredom and anxiety. What will they find when they finally return home?…
By Elizabeth Flock
Politics of aid inside Syria increases suffering for those displaced by war…
For Cambodian Street Kids, Friends International Works to Redefine Normal…
In other news Monday, about 200 insurgents were reportedly killed or captured in a NATO-Afghan operation targeted at the Pakistan-based Haqqani network in Eastern Afghanistan. Also, rising floodwaters in Thailand forced hundreds of people to flee one of Bangkok's main…
As Japan struggles to control its damaged nuclear reactors, victims of the earthquake and tsunami in the northeastern part of the country struggle to cope with the disasters. Sarah Smith, Jon Snow and Angus Walker of Independent Television News report…
Ray Suarez talks to a NPR's Jason Beaubien in Port-au-Prince about concerns that rainwater could further the spread of cholera in Haiti.
Tens of thousands of Pakistanis are in need of food and shelter after flooding that has killed some 1,500 people so far. Kylie Morris of Independent Television News reports.
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