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Displaced Puerto Rican students adjust to mainland schools

The US territory is struggling to rebuild following Hurricane Maria in September, forcing students to relocate to the mainland in order to finish their schooling.

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    Puerto Rico has suffered another setback to its recovery efforts, with most of the island losing power after an explosion at a substation on Sunday.

    The US territory is struggling to rebuild following Hurricane Maria in September, and now college students are being forced to move to the mainland to finish school.

    Al Jazeera's Kristen Saloomey reports from New York.


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