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U.S. warning travelers to the Bahamas to exercise caution after spike in crime

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The United States State Department has raised its travel advisory for the Bahamas from level one to level two, recommending visitors “exercise increased caution” after 18 murders were reported in the capital in the first few weeks of 2024. NBC News’ Marissa Parra has the story.

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