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Live from NPR News in Washington, I am Jeanine Herbst.

In the days since Hurricane Dorian destroyed nearly everything on Abaco Island in the Bahamas, officials there have moved thousands of people off the island. NPR's Jason Beaubien reports on a final push to clear out the last of the temporary shelters there.

The whole goal is to move people out and try to get them to Nassau or somewhere else, anywhere off the island. Currently at the central Abaco primary school which has served as a shelter since the storm. People from the Bahamas Red Cross were telling me about  450 here, more people here during the storm. Last night, it was down to 248, now they are down to 70 today. And the goal is to try to get all of these people to agree to leave the island, go to shelters elsewhere in the Bahamas.

NPR's Jason Beaubien on the Abaco Island in the Bahamas.

The UN says some 70,000 people are homeless on Grand Bahama and Abaco Island, and at least 44 people died in the storm. The electricity is out and there is no drinking water. Meanwhile, now tropical cyclone Dorian is slamming Canada's east coast with 75-mile-an-hour winds after making landfall in Nova Scotia Saturday. Canadian officials say half a million people are without power and that it could take days to restore it.

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo defended President Trump's decision to invite a Taliban representative to Camp David for peace talks. NPR's Franco Ordonez reports Pompeo said the US has an obligation to do everything it can to work toward peace in Afghanistan.

The Trump administration came under criticism after news broke of a now-cancelled secret meeting at Camp David including Taliban and Afghan president. Some Republicans have questioned why the president would invite a Taliban leader to the US site, especially just days before the anniversary of the September 11 terrorist attacks. Secretary Pompeo told ABC This Week that he knew the history, but said controversial figures have been invited for talks at Camp David before. "If you are gonna negotiate peace, you often have to deal with some pretty bad actors." The meeting was cancelled after a US service member was killed in an attack the Taliban took credit for. But Pompeo left the door open for resuming talks if the Taliban changes its behaviour and works towards a peaceful resolution. Franco Ordonez, NPR News, the White House.

Four people are missing after their cargo ship rolled on to its side at the coast of Georgia today and caught fire. The Coast Guard says the ship's problem started early this morning, 24 people were on board. Coast Guard Captain John Reeds says 20 people were evacuated but they couldn't get the others because of fire. "The situation was too risky to further go inside the vessel to attempt to locate the four individuals who remain missing at this time. Reeds says rescue crews are trying to stabilize the 656-foot vehicle carriers so they can continue their search for the missing crew.

You are listening to NPR News.

More protests in Hong Kong this weekend as thousands marched to the US consulate to urge President Trump to stand with them. NPR's Emily Feng reports the protests are continuing despite the withdrawal of a controversial extradition bill last week.

Protesters shouted "Liberate Hong Kong", or some waved American flags at the site of the consulate. They are appealing for US Congress to pass the Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act of 2019 which would punish the suppression of basic civil rights in Hong Kong by potentially removing the special trade status Hong Kong enjoys with the US. Such an action would hit China which uses Hong Kong to access international financial systems. The protest followed a weekend of small but violent clashes between police and protesters who say the withdrawal of an extradition bill last Wednesday is too little, too late. Emily Feng, NPR News, Beijing.

Britain's Queen Elizabeth is expected to give her royal assent tomorrow to a bill that would block Prime Minister Boris Johnson from leaving the European Union next month without a deal in place. Vicky Baker has more from London.

The bill requires Boris Johnson to request yet another Brexit extension if he isn't able to negotiate a new deal. Johnson argues that would remove the one threat strong enough to scare EU leaders into making new concessions. He says British lawmakers are defying the will of the British people, and his Conservative Party has been rising in the polls ever since the populist pro-Brexit Johnson took off us. Vicky Baker reporting from London.

Crude oil prices are trading higher, and overnight Asian trading up about 0.6% at 56. 87 cents a barrel.

I am Jeanie Herbst, NPR News.
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Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Jeanine Herbst.

In the days since Hurricane Dorian destroyed nearly everything on Abaco Island in the Bahamas, officials there have moved thousands of people off the island. NPR's Jason Bobian reports on the final push to clear out the last of the temporary shelters there. The whole goal is to move people out and try to get them to Nassau or somewhere else, anywhere off the island. Currently I'm at the Centeral Abaco Primary School which is served as a shelter since the storm. People from the Bahamas Red Cross were telling me about 450 or more people here during the storm. Last night, it was down to 248. Now that they are down 70 today. And the goal is to try to get all of these people to agree to leave. Leave the island, go to shelters elsewhere in the Bahamas. NPR's Jason Bobian on Abaco Island in the Bahamas.

The UN says some 70,000 people are homeless on Grand Bahama and Abaco Island and at least 44 people died in the storm. Electricity is out and there is no drinking water. Meanwhile, now tropical cyclone Dorian is slamming Canada's east coast with 65 mile an hour winds after making landfall in Nova Scotia Saturday. Canadian officials say half a million people are without power and it could take days to restore it.

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo defended president Trump's decision to invite a Taliban representative to Camp David for peace talks. NPR's Franco Ordoñez reports Pompeo said the US has an obligation to do everything it can to work toward peach in Afghanistan. The Trump administration came under criticism after the news broke of a now cancelled secret meeting at Camp David including the Taliban and Afghan president. Some Republicans have questioned why the president would invite a Taliban leader to the US side especially days before the 18thanniversary of the September 11th terrorist attacks. Secretary Pompeo told ABC this week that he knew the history but said controversial figures have been invited for talks at Camp David before. 'If you're gonna negotiate peace, you often have to deal with some pretty actors.' The meeting was cancelled after a US service member was killed in an attack that Taliban took credit for, but Pompeo left the door open for resuming talks if the Taliban changes its behavior and works towards a peaceful resolution.  Franco Ordoñez, NPR news, the White House.

4 people are missing after their cargo ship rolled onto its side off the coast of Georgia today and caught fire. The coast guard says the ship's problem started early this morning. 24 people were on board. Coast guard captain John Reed says 20 people were evacuated but they couldn't get to the others because of the fire. 'The situation was too risky, to further go inside the vessel, to attempt to locate the four individuals who remain missing at this time. Reed says rescue crews are trying to stabilize the 656-foot vehicle carrier so that they can continue their search for the missing crew. You're listening to NPR news.

More protests in Hong Kong this weekend as thousands marched to the US consulate to reach president Trump to stand with them. NPR's Emily Feng reports the protests are continuing despite the withdrawal of a controversial extradition bill last week. Protestors shouted 'Liberate Hong Kong' while some waved American flags outside the consulate. They are appealing for US congress to pass the Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act of 2019 which will punish the suppression of basic civil rights in Hong Kong but potentially removing the special trade status Hong Kong enjoys with the US. Such an action would hit China which needs Hong Kong to access international financial systems. The protests follow a weekend of small but violent clashes between police and protestors who say the withdrawal of an extradition bill last Wednesday is too little too late. Emily Feng, NPR news, Beijing.

Britain’s Queen Elizabeth is expected to give her royal assent tomorrow to a bill that will block Prime minister Boris Johnson from leaving the European Union next month without a deal in place. Vicki Barker has more from London.  The bill requires Boris Johnson to request yet another Brexit extension if he is not able negotiate a new deal. Johnson argues that will remove the one threat strong enough to scare EU leaders into making new concessions. He says British lawmakers are defying the will of the British people. And his Conservative party has been rising in the polls ever since the populist pro-Brexit Johnson took office.  Vicki Barker reporting from London.










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