Stars of ‘The Oath’ share their love of Puerto Rico

The cast and crew of “The Oath” formed a special bond while shooting in Puerto Rico during hurricanes Irma and Maria. (April 11)

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Barbuda Has To Completely Rebuild After Hurricane Irma (HBO)

When Hurricane Irma hit Barbuda, it left the Caribbean island uninhabitable and, just two days later, deserted for the first time in 300 years.

Nearly every one of the almost 2,000 Barbudans was forced to evacuate. Many are still in Antigua, Barbuda’s much more developed and richer sister island. There they live with friends, family or in a number of refugee camps that dot the island.

Now Barbuda doesn’t just face rebuilding—it will likely have to completely remake itself. Up until now the island has remained largely untouched, thanks to quirky rules about land ownership that date back to the end of slavery. They’ve kept it green, but also prevented it from developing a sustainable economy. Without enough money coming from within or abroad, the rebuilding process is barely inching along.

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Trump defends the response to the disaster in Puerto Rico

President Donald Trump, who will travel to the US territory early next week, defends the response to the disaster on the island, which has been virtually without power, water and telecommunications since getting a twin walloping from hurricanes Irma and Maria.

Kremlin War Games & New Eye On Hurricanes: VICE News Tonight Full Episode (HBO)

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VICE News examines a new satellite launched by NOAA in November, GOES-16. It has four times the resolution as the legacy satellites and five times the refresh rate of being able to take images, and it’s been used so far to track Harvey and Irma.

Russia and Belarus have have just wrapped large-scale joint military exercises known as Zapad which made NATO allies nervous.

Conventional western wisdom says that Russia is promoting the rise of far right populists across Europe with money, fake news and cyber attacks to undermine the liberal consensus. The idea being that a weakened EU would be less likely to challenge it with things like sanctions. In Germany, that movement is the AfD. But how far can the AfD’s rise be credited to Moscow? Is there any evidence Russia is providing money, spreading fake news or launching cyber attacks to undermine German democracy?

McConnell has announced that the Senate will vote on the Graham-Cassidy bill next week. States are due to have the decision on final premium increases by today.

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NOAA’s Newest Satellite Can See Inside Hurricanes (HBO)

A new satellite launched by NOAA in November, GOES-16, has been producing the most detailed hurricane images ever recorded. It has four times the resolution as the legacy satellites and five times the refresh rate of being able to take images, and it’s been used so far to track Harvey and Irma. VNT explores what makes this new satellite different, and how it can help us track weather-related disasters.

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Kid Rock For Senate & The Equifax Cyber Attack: VICE News Tonight Full Episode (HBO)

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VICE News examines the Michigan Republican Party after Trump’s upset win. Outside Michigan, all anyone is talking about is Kid Rock. What’s the conversation inside the state when it comes to 2018?

Starting last year under Obama, the army has been delaying shipping dates, and as a result many recruits have fallen out of legal visa status, after being promised citizenship by signing up to serve the U.S. military. They might face deportation once the DOD cancels their contracts. VICE News speaks with two MAVNI recruits from China as they await their fate in Indiana.

Also, inside the devastation of the Virgin Islands following Irma and a look at back-row kids and fans of New York Fashion Week

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Blasting Through: Cat 5 Hurricane Maria strikes Puerto Rico as US braces for another hit

Just over a week after Hurricane Irma devastated the Caribbean and southern parts of the US, Hurricane Maria is sweeping a similar destructive path. Category five winds are blasting through Puerto Rico, with Florida bracing for another hit.

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Irma Leaves U.S. Virgin Islands Residents With Close To Nothing (HBO)

Seven days after Hurricane Irma devastated two of the three major U.S. Virgin Islands, access to communication lines and critical supplies remain spotty and residents across the islands’ do not know how long recovery will take or what it will cost.

The U.S. Virgin Islands are typically thought of as lush tourist getaways in the Caribbean. But the hills have turned brown. Many of the islands’ approximately 100,000 residents, who are American citizens on American soil, insist that the Category 5 storm was unlike anything they’ve weathered before. Irma is responsible for at least 38 confirmed deaths across the Caribbean, four of them in the US territories. The storm’s 185 mile-per-hour winds and water stripped away the entirety of St. John and St. Thomas of plant life and, according to USVI Governor Kenneth Mapp, left well over fifty percent of properties destroyed.

Vice News’ Antonia Hylton spent time with residents who have almost nothing left.

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Satellite images show Irma destruction in Caribbean & Florida

Newly released satellite images show several areas in the Caribbean and Florida before and after they were hit by Hurricane Irma, highlighting the destruction the storm brought to the region.
With 25% of the homes in the Florida Keys feared destroyed, on Tuesday emergency workers rushed to find Hurricane Irma’s victims — dead or alive — and deliver food and water to the stricken island chain.

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Macron wants ‘return to normal life’ on hurricane-hit Caribbean

French President Emmanuel Macron said a “return to normal life” on the devastated Caribbean islands was his “top priority” as he visited St Martin and St Barts almost a week since hurricane Irma roared over the region as a maximum Category Five storm.

Hurricane Irma exacts heavy toll on Florida’s mobile homes

Twisted pieces of aluminum roofing litter Donald Larcom’s yard, but the retiree says he doesn’t even know which house it came from. The Florida mobile home park where he lives was devastated by Hurricane Irma. The storm’s fierce winds tore apart some of these small, prefabricated homes, which line what were tidy lawns in this and many other neighborhoods across the state.

Irma’s wrath: Storm surges & flooding in South Carolina, US

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Irma left four feet of ocean water into downtown Charleston, South Carolina, as the storm’s centre passed 400 kilometers away.

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Paradise in ruins: Devastation caused by Irma in Barbuda (AERIAL FOOTAGE)

Aerial views reveal the extent of damage on the eastern Caribbean Island of Barbuda, after Hurricane Irma swept through it, leaving a trail of destruction.

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Tropical Depression: Public outrage over poor govt response to handling of Hurricane Irma

Hurricane Irma has weakened to a ‘tropical depression’, after previously reaching a category 5 in severity. It has left over 6 million without power as wind speeds reached 130mph (210kph). At least 48 people died. The hurricane has also thought to have caused $200 billion worth of damage.

As people still struggle from the aftermath, many also question the authorities’ response to the crisis.
RT’s Sameera Khan looks into some of the issues.

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Macron visits hurricane-hit Caribbean

French President Emmanuel Macron arrived at Pointe-à-Pitre on Tuesday to visit the hurricane-hit Caribbean. Macron’s visit to the islands of St Martin and St Barts comes almost a week since hurricane Irma roared over the region as a maximum Category Five storm, leaving at least 10 dead on French territory and a wide trail of destruction. IMAGES