Cuba escapes the worst of hurricane



HURRICANE Matthew swept past Cuba yesterday after killing at least five Haitians and driving thousands from their homes.
Twenty-foot waves pounded the seafront promenade in the eastern Cuban town of Baracoa and heavy rain caused some flooding, but national media said late on Tuesday there were no immediate reports of serious damage.
Hours after the 145mph hurricane hit Haiti’s south-western peninsula, government leaders said they could not fully gauge the effects.
“What we know is that many, many houses have been damaged. Some lost rooftops and they’ll have to be replaced while others were... read more

 
6 October 2016 in Editorial, Views: 41
Source: Morning Star
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