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Fewer Puerto Ricans have power restored than a week ago – CNN


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Fewer Puerto Ricans have power restored than a week ago
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(CNN) As Puerto Rico struggles with water shortages and a dire situation for many seeking medical care, the number of customers getting power off of the island's grid has declined, according to the latest available data and conversations with energy ...

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There’s a hospital ship waiting for sick Puerto Ricans — but no one knows how to get on it – CNN


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There's a hospital ship waiting for sick Puerto Ricans -- but no one knows how to get on it
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San Juan, Puerto Rico (CNN) Sammy Rolon is living in a makeshift clinic set up at a school. He has cerebral palsy and epilepsy and is bedridden. He's waiting for surgery that was scheduled before Hurricane Maria smashed into Puerto Rico. Now, he can't ...
Trump says military should not have to help with food, water distribution in Puerto RicoCNBC
Raw sewage contaminating waters in Puerto Rico after MariaABC News
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Private security mercenaries are now moving into Puerto Rico – New York Post


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Private security mercenaries are now moving into Puerto Rico
New York Post
A job listing on the Constellis Web site says they're looking for “security professionals to deploy to Puerto Rico to provide humanitarian and armed security services.” One of the tasks would be dealing “tactfully with the general public,” it says. The ...

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Solar Industry Wants to Build Puerto Rico’s Grid of the Future – Bloomberg


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Solar Industry Wants to Build Puerto Rico's Grid of the Future
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It's what much of Puerto Rico has needed since Hurricane Maria tore through the commonwealth more than three weeks ago, laying waste to an already weak grid. Without power, basic logistics such as coordinating and transporting equipment had proven ...

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Desperate Puerto Ricans line up for water — at a hazardous-waste site – Washington Post


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Desperate Puerto Ricans line up for water — at a hazardous-waste site
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DORADO, Puerto Rico — Every 10 minutes or so, a truck or a van pulled up to the exposed spigot of an overgrown well, known as Maguayo #4, that sits not far from a bustling expressway and around the corner from a Krispy Kreme doughnut shop. Fencing ...
Flirting with another disaster: Puerto Ricans tap into potentially ...CNN

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