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1 Million in Haiti Urgently Need Humanitarian Assistance After Hurricane’s “Apocalyptic Destruction”

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Haiti risks ‘real famine’ – BBC News

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How the Clinton Foundation Ripped Off Haiti

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Minister Farrakhan’s Prophetic Warning to Wyclef Jean on Leading Haiti

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HAARP HAITI ENORMOUS OIL MINERAL FIND HAITI / BLOOD FOR OIL AGAIN !!! SERVE GOD

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WikiLeaks U S Bullying in Haiti on behalf of Oil Companies

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Weather Channel Meteorologist Apologizes For Haitian Children ‘Eat Trees’ Comment

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By Nadege Green • Oct 4, 2016 ShareTwitter Facebook Google+ Email Weather Channel meteorologist apologizes to Haitian community after saying deforestation caused by hungry kids who “eat trees.” Screenshot YouTube Weather Channel Meteorologist Jen Delgado is facing sharp criticism and some are asking for her to be fired after she blamed Haiti’s deforestation in part to hungry children…

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Haiti in ruins after Hurricane Matthew

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It’s difficult to determine the number of casualties from the storm in Haiti after a key bridge was washed out, roads became impassable and phone communication was cut off from Haiti’s hardest-hit areas, but major damage has been reported, according to the AP. “It’s the worst hurricane that I’ve seen during my life,” Fidele Nicolas, a civil…

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Hurricane Matthew hits Haiti

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Hurricane Matthew left a broad swath of destruction across Haiti on Wednesday with flooding, rivers of mud that washed out a crucial bridge into the southwestern peninsula of the country and thousands seeking shelter. Eleven people died across the Caribbean, including five in Haiti, said Haiti Ambassador Paul Altidor. There were initial reports of more than 10,000 living in shelters. The ambassador said the government is confident…

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United Nations must admit its role in Haiti’s cholera outbreak

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By Editorial Board, Published: August 16 ON THIS page Thursday, the spokesman for United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon offered a response — or something closer to a non-response — to The Post’s editorial Sunday about the United Nations’ responsibility for, and response to, Haiti’s deadly cholera epidemic . In a letter to the editor, Martin Nesirky, the spokesman, called…

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