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Big News Thursday September 21, 2017
T&T PM Rowley asks citizens to welcome Dominicans devastated by Hurricane Maria
PRIME Minister Dr Keith Rowley yesterday encouraged Trinidad and Tobago to open its homes to Dominicans displaced by Hurricane Maria. He said those who can find accommodation in T&T are welcome and while this country was not in a position to offer financial aid, assistance to a Caricom neighbor in need could be rendered in other forms. He has also appealed to Dominicans living in T&T to open their homes to relatives devastated by Maria. Government is prepared to waive the necessary immigration laws to allow for stays of six months at a time, he said. Speaking at yesterday's post-Cabinet briefing at the Office of the Prime Minister in St Clair, Rowley addressed Dominica's dire situation, where nearly 100 per cent of homes were damaged by Maria's Category 4 winds late Monday into Tuesday. Dominica has lost nearly all infrastructure and crops and many are yet to hear from their loved ones, as the island's communication network remains down...Read more

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