US sends more aid to Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria

The US government has sent navy ships to Puerto Rico to help with the growing humanitarian crisis caused by Hurricane Maria.

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    The US government has sent navy ships to Puerto Rico to help with the growing humanitarian crisis caused by Hurricane Maria.

    More than a week after Hurricane Maria struck, the US territory is still without power. Food and water supplies are running low.

    Al Jazeera's Teresa Bo reports from San Juan, Puerto Rico.


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