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As Hurricane Matthew Death Toll Tops 100, Do's and Don'ts for Americans Who Want to Help

by Ansel Herz L'impossible est toujours possible. Petit-Goave, #Haiti #Matthew pic.twitter.com/QDwscNl5AG— Amélie Baron (@Ameliebaron) October 6, 2016 Washington Post:The death toll from Hurricane Matthew rose to more than 100 on Thursday, officials said, as the scope of the devastation became clearer with reconnaissance flights revealing flattened villages and aid groups warning of a massive humanitarian crisis unfolding.
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