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Hurricane Irma: Unicef appeals for international help for Caribbean islands

International community shouldn’t rely on Britain, France and the Netherlands alone to respond to disaster, organisation warns Unicef has called for the international community to offer more assistance to the devastated Caribbean islands following Hurricane Irma, saying governments around the world seemed to be relying on Britain, France and the Netherlands to respond to the disaster.
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