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12 Feb
Images released by the US Coast Guard of the rescue of three Cuban nationals who were stranded for more than a month on Anguilla Cay, a desert island in the Bahamas. A Coast Guard surveillance plane spotted the castaways during a routine patrol, noticing some unusual flags and some different colors. When they returned to the area to investigate, the aircrew noticed a makeshift shelter and three people signaling them. The group, who reportedly survived on coconuts and rats, had been living on the island after their boat capsized.
16 Sep 2019
More than 1,300 people are missing after a recent hurricane, but the Bahamas is now expecting another major storm. The UN has said climate change is responsible.
12 Sep 2019
Officials in the Bahamas have listed some 2,500 people as missing in the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian. Meanwhile, the White House said it was not planning to give islanders temporary protected immigration status.
5 Sep 2019
Hurricane Dorian, tied as the most powerful storm to hit land anywhere in the Atlantic, battered the Bahamas inflicting colossal damage to property and infrastructure across the chain of islands. Bloomberg's Stuart Wallace reports on "Bloomberg Surveillance."
22 Apr 2017
FIFA beach soccer - World Cup sand eagles leave for Bahamas.

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