British Foreign Secretary visits Caribbean

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The authorities in Cuba released the names of 10 of its citizens who were killed when Irma passed by the island on Friday, increasing the number of fatalities in the Caribbean from its previous level of 24.

In a video on Sunday, Sam said, "I've been getting some updates on the ground out there on the British Virgin Islands and it's really sad to say that there is a lot of civil unrest".

While many of Cuba's top resorts on the northern islands took a direct hit from the hurricane, Castro said they would be fixed up in time for high tourist season at the end of the year.

"This is a horrific disaster".

Federal officials deployed C-130s to evacuate US citizens from the French Caribbean island of St. Martin to Puerto Rico. "Let's manage our expectations".

Anguilla lawyer Josephine Gumbs-Connor told BBC Radio 4's Today programme that, in contrast to the French response on neighbouring Saint Martin, the UK's response had been "sorely lacking".

On his arrival in Anguilla on Tuesday, which he will tour on Wednesday before travelling to the British Virgin Islands, Mr Johnson said it was "clear this place has been through an absolutely hellish experience". About one million customers lost power in Puerto Rico after the storm raked the northeastern side of the island territory of 3.4 million residents.

The other two major islands in the USA territory, St. John and St. Thomas, are still "not safe", Smith wrote in an email Sunday.

"There is no power, no petrol, no running water. I wanted to reassure you that the premier (Dr D. Orlando Smith) and I are working together to coordinate our response, relief and recovery", Jaspert said. The government evacuated 65 dialysis patients from St. Maarten's hospital, which also was hard hit by Irma.

Residents have reported food, water and medicine shortages, as well as looting.

But with an aerial photograph, NASA captured another indication of the storm's devastation - it changed the color of some Caribbean islands. "Please send good thoughts our way and we'll get back to you soon".

"We had a serious threat of a complete breakdown of law and order in the British Virgin Islands (BVI)", junior foreign minister Alan Duncan said to Parliament. "I don't know who it was, but they did it for me so I can do it now, I can be that guy so why not do it?"

"We have seen first-hand just how ferocious and unforgiving this storm was", he wrote. "Metal roofs went flying".

Louis lives in Lacey, but was born and raised in St. Thomas. "The trees all looked to be dead".

Stevens sounded a note of hope in her dispatch, telling of collaboration in the recovery efforts.

Dr. Andrews created a drive to get supplies, tools, water and non-perishable food to Hurricane Irma victims in the British Virgin Islands through a collaboration between International Red Cross and FedEx.

"I cry for our loss, but smile at the new things to come", said Mr. Dougherty, who returned to the mainland USA on Tuesday to regroup. "We have the necessary human and material resources, for what constitutes one of the main sources of income for the national economy".