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Volcano covers Caribbean island in ash

China Daily 12 Apr 2021
 . ST. JOHN'S, Antigua and Barbuda-Ash covered much of the Caribbean island of Saint Vincent on Saturday, and the stench of sulfur filled the air after a series of eruptions from a volcano that had been quiet for decades ... About 3,000 people spent the night in shelters ... Guyana and Venezuela were sending ships with supplies, Gonsalves said ... .
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Power and water outages strike Saint Vincent after volcanic eruption

Manila Standard Today 12 Apr 2021
He said his government has been in contact with other countries that want to provide aid and that Guyana and Venezuela are sending ships with supplies ... The emergency management agency posted photos of a Coast Guard ship evacuating residents of an area who had previously refused to leave ... Cruise ships were on the way to assist the evacuation effort ... .
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Giant ash cloud heads towards Barbados after St Vincent volcano eruption

The National 11 Apr 2021
Read More. Volcano erupts in southern Caribbean, sparking evacuation 'frenzy' ... Guyana and Venezuela were sending ships with supplies, Mr Gonsalves said ... The emergency management agency posted photos of a Coast Guard ship evacuating residents who had previously refused to leave ... Cruise ships were on the way to assist the evacuation effort. .
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Saint Vincent covered in thick ash following volcanic eruption

Urdu Point 11 Apr 2021
St ... The eruptions prompted thousands of people to flee for safety ... Guyana and Venezuela are sending ships with supplies, Gonsalves said ... The emergency management agency posted photos of a Coast Guard ship evacuating residents of an area who had previously refused to leave ... Cruise ships were on the way to assist the evacuation effort ... ....
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Giant ash cloud heads towards Barbados after St Vincent volcano erruption

The National 11 Apr 2021
Read More. Volcano erupts in southern Caribbean, sparking evacuation 'frenzy' ... Guyana and Venezuela are sending ships with supplies, Mr Gonsalves said ... The emergency management agency posted photos of a Coast Guard ship evacuating residents of an area who had previously refused to leave ... Cruise ships were on the way to assist the evacuation effort. .
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Saint Vincent covered in thick ash after series of volcanic eruptions

Hindustan Times 11 Apr 2021
PUBLISHED ON APR 11, 2021 05.57 AM IST ... Guyana and Venezuela are sending ships with supplies, Gonsalves said ... - Evacuation orders - ... "It's gotten hazier ... The emergency management agency posted photos of a Coast Guard ship evacuating residents of an area who had previously refused to leave ... Cruise ships were on the way to assist the evacuation effort.
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Thick ash covers St Vincent after volcanic eruption

Taipei Times 11 Apr 2021
AFP, ST JOHN’S. Ash covered much of the Caribbean island of Saint Vincent on Saturday, and the stench of sulfur filled the air after a series of eruptions from a volcano that had been quiet for decades ... Ash and smoke billow from La Soufriere volcano in St Vincent on Friday ... Guyana and Venezuela are sending ships with supplies, Gonsalves said. .
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St Vincent hit by power cuts after another ‘explosive event’

The Observer 11 Apr 2021
About 3,200 people took refuge at 78 government-run shelters, while four empty cruise ships stood ready to ferry other evacuees to ... Antigua and Guyana were among the countries offering help by either shipping emergency supplies or temporarily opening their borders to evacuees.
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St Vincent volcano: heavy ashfall clouds evacuation efforts on Caribbean island

The Observer 11 Apr 2021
Caribbean countries including Antigua and Guyana offered help by either shipping emergency supplies or temporarily opening borders to the roughly 16,000 evacuees fleeing ash-covered communities ... About 3,200 people were staying in 78 government shelters while four empty cruise ships floated nearby, waiting to take evacuees to nearby islands ... .
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Volcano's ash grays out island's lush greens

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 11 Apr 2021
Nearby nations including Antigua and Guyana have offered help by either shipping emergency supplies or temporarily opening their borders to the roughly 16,000 evacuees fleeing ash-covered communities with as many personal belongings as they could stuff into suitcases and backpacks.
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St. Vincent awaits new volcanic explosions as help arrives

Newcomerstown News 10 Apr 2021
... shipping emergency supplies to their neighbor or agreeing to temporarily open their borders to .
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Ash pours down on Caribbean island after volcanic explosion

Irish Independent 10 Apr 2021
Nations ranging from Antigua to Guyana offered help by either shipping emergency supplies to their neighbour or agreeing to temporarily open their borders to the roughly 16,000 evacuees ... Expand ... / ... .
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Saint Vincent evacuating thousands after eruption, their return unsure

Urdu Point 10 Apr 2021
Ash covered much of the Caribbean island of Saint Vincent on Saturday, and the stench of sulphur filled the air after a series of eruptions from a volcano that had been quiet for decades. St ... The eruptions prompted thousands of people to flee for safety ... Guyana and Venezuela are sending ships with supplies, Gonsalves said ....
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St Vincent volcano: Explosive eruption triggers evacuation of thousands

ITV 10 Apr 2021
Nations ranging from Antigua to Guyana offered help by either shipping emergency supplies to their neighbour or agreeing to temporarily open their borders to the roughly 16,000 evacuees fleeing ash-covered communities with as many personal belongings as they could stuff into suitcases and backpacks.
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Ash-covered St. Vincent awaits more volcanic explosions

Hartford Courant 10 Apr 2021
Nearby nations including Antigua and Guyana have offered help by either shipping emergency supplies or temporarily opening their borders to the roughly 16,000 evacuees fleeing ash-covered communities with as many personal belongings as they could stuff into suitcases and backpacks.

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