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Hurricane Maria 'killed 4,600 in Puerto Rico'

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A Harvard University study contradicts the official toll of 64. Researchers say a third of deaths after September's hurricane were due to delays in medical care caused by power cuts and broken roads. The Puerto Rico government said it 'always expected the number to be higher than what was previously reported'. Also: a Russian investigative journalist is shot dead at his home in Kiev, and New Zealand uses comedy to help teenagers struggling with mental health problems.

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