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Once there was an island known as Barbuda. After Hurricane Irma, much of it is gone

Hurricane Irma decimated the small Caribbean island of Barbuda, ripping apart buildings, uprooting trees and killing at least one person as its 185 mph winds swept across the two-island nation best known for its pristine sandy beaches. And now Hurricane Jose is apparently about to deliver another...
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St. John's (Antigua and Barbuda) (AFP) - Hurricane Irma killed one person and left behind "total devastation" as the monster storm smashed into the tiny Caribbean island of Barbuda on Wednesday, the prime minister said. "It is just ...

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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 tre...

Caribbean airport where planes swoop low over a beach destroyed by Hurricane Irma 

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One of the world's most dangerous airports has been destroyed by Hurricane Irma. Princess Juliana Airport in St Maarten, where planes swoop low over a beach as they land and take off, has been ripped apart by the 185 mph winds....

WATCH LIVE: Follow Hurricane Irma’s path

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Hurricane Irma is heading towards Miami after devastating small Caribbean islands in the Atlantic. The storm hit Barbuda, St. Martin, Anguilla, and part of the Virgin Islands with winds at 185 mph — far above the 157 mph Category 5 ...

Terrifying video shows Irma’s devastation of Caribbean islands: ‘They had a house right there — it’s gone’

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Hurricane Irma pounded a string of islands in the northeast Caribbean Sea, lashing them with heavy rain and winds up to 180 mph. At least nine people have been killed as the hurricane cuts across Barbuda, St. Martin and the British ...

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