Puerto Rico: Hurricane Maria survivors struggle to find relatives

Power is still down, goods are running low and some families remain separated nearly two weeks after Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico.

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    US President Donald Trump has been engaged in a war of words with the mayor of Puerto Rico, who has accused him of neglecting the US territory.

    Power is still down, goods are running low, and some families remain separated nearly two weeks after Hurricane Maria hit.

    Al Jazeera's Teresa Bo followed two sisters on a journey to find their missing father.


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