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  • In powerless Puerto Rico, washboards and hand-held fans are making a comeback

    Almost four weeks after Hurricane Maria battered Puerto Rico, 85 percent of the population is still without electricity, forcing people to go old school, with washboards, candles and cash to manage life in the new dark ages. (In Spanish)