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After the passage of Hurricane Tammy, the damage was considerable in Guadeloupe. An impressive landslide took place on Monday in the town of Saint-Claude, in Basse-Terre. Under the effect of torrential rains and strong winds, cars fell 30 meters and found themselves buried under tons of earth which gave way in an artisanal zone. The material damage was significant, but no casualties were reported.
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A migrant camp in Cayenne, Guyana, occupied by hundreds of people from the Middle East, was to be evacuated on Thursday. However, the discovery of two cases of tuberculosis led to the cancellation of the operation. A screening operation is now being carried out by the Red Cross among the 500 migrants present on site.
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