Rescue efforts continue after Hurricane Dorian leaves Bahamas

Dozens dead, 70,000 homes destroyed after Hurricane Dorian slammed Abaco and Grand Bahama islands a week ago.

    Rescue workers in the Bahamas are still searching for bodies after Hurricane Dorian devastated the islands last week.

    At least 50 people are confirmed dead and now there is an urgent appeal to help the survivors in the aftermath of the most powerful storm to ever hit the Caribbean.

    Al Jazeera's Katia Lopez-Hodayan reports.


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