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The Air Jamaica aircraft which took home a number of Jamaicans who had been stranded in Haiti since Tuesday’s (Jan 12) earthquake, on the tarmac at the Norman Manley International Airport, Kingston, after returning Saturday morning.

A Jamaican mother hugs her young baby as she walks across the tarmac at the Norman Manley International Airport, Kingston, after being brought home by Air Jamaica from Port-au-Prince, where they were stranded since last Tuesday’s deadly earthquake.

A Jamaican mother hugs her young baby as she walks across the tarmac at the Norman Manley International Airport, Kingston, after being brought home by Air Jamaica from Port-au-Prince Haiti, where they were stranded since last Tuesday’s (Jan 12( deadly earthquake.

Jamaicans who were stranded in Haiti since Tuesday’s deadly earthquake walk across the tarmac at the Norman Manley International Airport, Kingston, after disembarking the Air Jamaica aircraft which brought them home on Saturday.

Jamaicans who were stranded in Haiti since Tuesday’s (Jan12) deadly earthquake walk across the tarmac at the Norman Manley International Airport, Kingston, after disembarking the Air Jamaica aircraft which brought them home on Saturday.

Jamaicans who were stranded in Haiti since Tuesday’s deadly earthquake walk across the tarmac at the Norman Manley International Airport, Kingston, after disembarking the Air Jamaica aircraft which brought them home on Saturday.

Jamaicans who were stranded in Haiti since Tuesday’s (Jan 12) deadly earthquake walk across the tarmac at the Norman Manley International Airport, Kingston, after disembarking the Air Jamaica aircraft which brought them home on Saturday.

Jamaicans who were stranded in Haiti since Tuesday’s deadly earthquake walk across the tarmac at the Norman Manley International Airport, Kingston, after disembarking the Air Jamaica aircraft which brought them home on Saturday.

Jamaicans who were stranded in Haiti since Tuesday’s (Jan 12) deadly earthquake walk across the tarmac at the Norman Manley International Airport, Kingston, after disembarking the Air Jamaica aircraft which brought them home on Saturday.

Jamaicans who were stranded in Haiti since Tuesday’s deadly earthquake walk across the tarmac at the Norman Manley International Airport, Kingston, after disembarking the Air Jamaica aircraft which brought them home on Saturday.

Jamaicans who were stranded in Haiti since Tuesday’s (Jan 12) deadly earthquake walk across the tarmac at the Norman Manley International Airport, Kingston, after disembarking the Air Jamaica aircraft which brought them home on Saturday.

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