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Hurricane Maria: Puerto Rico remembers those who died in storm

Families of the victims of Hurricane Maria, which hit Puerto Rico in September, have held a vigil to honour their loved ones. It comes just days after a Harvard University study found a massive discrepancy between the number of people originally thought to have been killed in the storm, and those who actually died. Shamim Chowdhury reports.

Puerto Rico: America’s forgotten territory | Focal Point

Puerto Rico: America’s forgotten territory | Focal Point

Why did 2,975 people die from Hurricane Maria?

Why did 2,975 people die from Hurricane Maria?

Trump says response to Puerto Rico hurricane 'fantastic'

Trump says response to Puerto Rico hurricane 'fantastic'

Hurricane Maria: One Year On | US Threatens Sanctions Against ICC

Hurricane Maria: One Year On | US Threatens Sanctions Against ICC

Focal Point - Deadly Racial Disparity

Focal Point - Deadly Racial Disparity

A Butcher by Any Other Name: The Hunt for Syria's War Criminals - Focal Point

A Butcher by Any Other Name: The Hunt for Syria's War Criminals - Focal Point

Focal Point: Libya

Focal Point: Libya

Focal Point Exclusive: COVID-19 in Istanbul Cerrahpasa School of Medicine

Focal Point Exclusive: COVID-19 in Istanbul Cerrahpasa School of Medicine

Focal Point: America’s Coronavirus Crisis

Focal Point: America’s Coronavirus Crisis

Life in Lockdown in a Refugee Camp

Life in Lockdown in a Refugee Camp

Coronavirus pandemic in Australia - Focal Point

Coronavirus pandemic in Australia - Focal Point

Coronavirus Diaries: An Intimate Portrait of Five Italians

Coronavirus Diaries: An Intimate Portrait of Five Italians

Focal Point: Coronavirus Turkey

Focal Point: Coronavirus Turkey

Coronavirus pandemic in the Balkans - Focal Point

Coronavirus pandemic in the Balkans - Focal Point

Focal Point: Coronavirus in New York City

Focal Point: Coronavirus in New York City

Coronavirus pandemic in Idlib Syria - Focal Point

Coronavirus pandemic in Idlib Syria - Focal Point

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