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Caribbean Nationals Providing Hurricane Relief

NEW YORK, New York – Caribbean nationals residing in New York have stepped up relief efforts to help ease the pain caused by Hurricane Beryl when it passed through the Caribbean last week, leaving a trail of death and destruction in St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Grenada, and Jamaica.

St. Vincent and the Grenadines’ United States Consul General Rondy McIntosh, back row, in white shirt, without cap, with nationals, with some relief items in foreground, on Sunday (Photo CMC)

Guyana Sending Relief Assistance to Grenada

GEORGETOWN, Guyana – Guyana Tuesday began loading the first of several flights containing relief supplies to Grenada following the battering the country took from the passage of Hurricane Beryl on Monday that left at least three people dead and severe damage and destruction on the sister isle of Carriacou

Loading aircraft with supplies for Grenada (DPI Photo)

US Court Jails Notorious Haitian Gang Leader Joly Germine

WASHINGTON, DC – The United States Department of Justice (DOJ) says Joly Germine, described as the “King” of a violent Haitian gang, has been sentenced to 420 months in prison for his role in a gunrunning conspiracy that smuggled firearms to Haiti in violation of US export laws.

Merrick B. Garland.
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