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NAT076 - (US-Hurricane-Maria-Puerto-Rico) WASHINGTON. x-10s. Many Puerto Ricans say they're still waiting for help from anyone from the federal or Puerto Rican governments. Ninety per cent of the island is still without electricity and people are starting to get desperate for food and drinking water. U-S Acting Homeland Security Secretary Elaine Duke says the Defense Department is working to clear more access for relief supplies to arrive on Puerto Rico and the U-S Virgin Islands. ("..to be huge.") (SOURCE:The Associated Press)

TAG: The scope of the devastation is so broad, and the relief effort so concentrated in San Juan, that residents outside the capital say they have received little to no help.

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NAT077 - (US-Hurricane-Maria-Puerto-Rico) WASHINGTON. x-16s. Many Puerto Ricans say they're still waiting for help from anyone from the federal or Puerto Rican governments. Ninety per cent of the island is still without electricity and people are starting to get desperate for food and drinking water. U-S Acting Homeland Security Secretary Elaine Duke says the Pentagon is ramping up its relief response on Puerto Rico and the U-S Virgin Islands. ("..step forward.") (SOURCE:The Associated Press)

TAG: The recovery in the first week since the storm hit has largely been a do-it-yourself affair but Puerto Rico's governor says he is confident U-S officials understand the seriousness of the situation. …

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