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International charity Architecture for Humanity has launched a rescue bid for some of the thousands of inhabitants of the island of Grenada, in the Caribbean, after they were left homeless by Hurricane Emily. The organisation - set up by British architect Cameron Sinclair - is attempting to send a batch of prefabricated emergency housing to help the community, which was devastated by the hurricane last week.

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