By Nick Barrickman, 11 September 2019
While the Bahamian government has sought to minimize the scope of the disaster, the Trump administration has blocked refugees from entering the United States.
By Kate Randall, 10 September 2019
The massive hurricane that unleashed its wrath on the Bahamas earlier this month has produced a catastrophe as a result of social inequality and political indifference.
By Nick Barrickman, 9 September 2019
Post-tropical storm Dorian continues to destroy homes and livelihoods along Canada’s Atlantic coast as a humanitarian disaster intensifies in the Bahamas.
By Dan Conway, 7 September 2019
Five days after the powerful Category Five storm wreaked havoc in the Bahamas, damage, injury and death estimates continue to grow.
By Patrick Martin, 4 September 2019
The two main islands in the northern Bahamas, Abaco and Grand Bahama, have been inundated, with most homes and other structures destroyed or heavily damaged.
By Kevin Reed, 3 September 2019
Hurricane Dorian lashed the Bahamas all day Monday as it sat nearly motionless and battered the low-lying islands.