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U.S. Issues Travel Warning for Guyana

The State Department issued a warning Wednesday asking Americans to defer travel to Guyana because of flooding that has killed at least two people in the South American country over the past week. Guyana officials said thousands of people have been forced from their homes in the capital region of Georgetown because of flooding caused by several days of steady rains, the heaviest recorded in a century. President Bharrat Jagdeo said as many as 50,000 people are in need of fresh water, hot meals, and blankets. He said angry crowds came to his official residence this week complaining about the slow pace of relief. Full Story

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