Rebuilding continues in Puerto Rico 2 years after hurricane Maria

The hurricane in 2017 affected 35,000 people on the far southeast corner of the island.

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    It has been nearly two years since hurricane Maria devastated much of Puerto Rico. But the survivors of the catastrophe on the island are still rebuilding their lives and are frustrated by the political storm unfolding in the capital.

    Al Jazeera's Gabriel Elizondo reports from the town of Yabucoa.


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