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Hurricane Irma: International efforts in the Caribbean

Britain, France, the Netherlands and the United States have ramped up relief efforts for their territories in the Caribbean after the passage of Hurricane Irma last week left devastation in its wake. There has been some criticism of the response, particularly in British overseas territories. Here's a snapshot of international assistance so far: - Britain - Britain has pledged £32 million (35 million euros, $42 million) in assistance and sent 10 flights of aid since Friday to its affected Caribbean territories, the British Virgin Islands and the Anguilla archipelago, with six people killed in the storm.
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