Hurricane-hit Bahamas faces new tropical storm warning

Prime minister says he hopes the potential storm will cause few problems - but people are prepared.

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    Another storm is approaching the Bahamas, the Atlantic island chain devastated by Hurricane Dorian earlier this month.

    With 1,300 people still missing, heavy rains and strong winds could make search-and-rescue efforts more difficult.

    The National Hurricane Center is warning that a tropical storm could hit areas already flattened by Dorian.

    At least 50 people are known to have been killed.

    Al Jazeera's Alan Fisher reports from the capital, Nassau.


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