Ian collapses the Caribbean country's energy infrastructure after pummeling its western regions for more than five hours.
Ian has became a major Category 3 storm and roars on a path that could see it hit Florida’s west coast as a Category 4 hurricane.
Authorities urge residents to prepare for Ian that is forecast to become a major hurricane within days as it tracks toward the US state.
Puerto Ricans remain without water service three days after Hurricane Fiona barreled into the US territory, dumping roughly two feet of rain and playing havoc with Puerto Rico's electrical grid.
Fiona slams the Caribbean archipelago with heavy rains and life-threatening flooding after cutting a path of destruction through the Dominican Republic and Puerto Rico.
The strengthening Category 2 storm, predicted to become a Category 3 event, was on track to pass close to the eastern end of the Turks and Caicos Islands, before heading for the southern Bahamas.
The US territory is also bracing for "catastrophic flooding" on the island.
Gunfire breakout and protests against fuel price hikes halts companies from delivering water in the capital, giving new headache to residents.
Fiona is expected to become a hurricane as it nears Puerto Rico, threatening to dump up to 51 cms of rain as people brace for potential landslides, severe flooding and power outages.
Haitians brace for fuel price hikes, after a speech by PM Ariel Henry, amid a growing scarcity of gasoline and diesel that could force some businesses to shutter.
Firefighters manage to bring down raging flames and smoke, five days after lightning struck a fuel storage tank, sparking what officials say is the "worst fire" in Cuba's history.
Massive oil-fed fire burns near supertanker port in Matanzas as Mexico and Venezuela send teams to help fight the inferno and Cuba accepts US offer of unspecified "technical advice".
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