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Of accidents. Most of Puerto Rico remains without power in the wake of a series of earthquakes. Quake's yesterday the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority's that it restored power to about a third of its one point. Five million customers experts say that aftershocks expected to continue for weeks and there's no way to predict when another powerful earthquake could occur the earthquakes. Monday and Tuesday were the worst to hit Puerto Rico in a century century. Facebook is going it alone in a break with other tech firms. The companies said that it would not limit how political ads