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'Barbuda is literally rubble': Robert de Niro vows to help Caribbean island rebuild after Hurricane Irma

Hollywood actor Robert de Niro has vowed to help Barbuda rebuild after Hurricane Irma left a trail of "absolute devastation" across the tiny Caribbean island. Packing 185-mile-per-hour winds, the storm destroyed houses, snapping trees and killing at least one person Gaston Browne, the prime minister of the two-island nation of Antigua and Barbuda, described the island as "barely habitable" after the powerful Category 5 storm struck.
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