Puerto Rico demands more aid after Hurricane Maria devastation

Eight days after Hurricane Maria slammed into the US territory of Puerto Rico, food and water supplies are running low and three million islanders are still without power.

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    Eight days after Hurricane Maria slammed into the US territory of Puerto Rico, food and water supplies are running low, and three million islanders are still without power.

    People are increasingly desperate.

    Al Jazeera’s Teresa Bo reports from Hoon-cos.


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