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Prince Charles Boasts On The Resilience of Dominica Post-Hurricane Maria

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This past weekend, Prince Charles, The Prince of Wales — eldest son of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh — made a visit to Dominica.  Prince Charles is  heir apparent to the British throne as the eldest child of The Queen.

According to a report from BT News, Prince Charles stood among the ruins of Pichelin, a village that suffered an extreme blow from flooding and winds during Hurricane Maria. The Prince was reported as sympathizing with the surviving villagers in Pichelin.

BT News further reports, “The Prince of Wales has praised the “resilience” of the people of Dominica as he saw for himself the damage wreaked to the Caribbean island by Hurricane Maria.”

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Report on Portsmouth by Adenauer “Washway” Douglas former Mayor of Portsmouth

Adenauer “Washway” Douglas joins Rebuild Dominica, Inc. as Liaison for Portsmouth. Please find the below report on Portsmouth from Mr. Douglas as interviewed by Mr. Gabriel Christian – President of Rebuild Dominica, Inc. Interview was recorded on the evening of Saturday, September 23, 2017. Mr. Douglas provided the status of Portsmouth post-Hurricane Maria.
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