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In Haiti, corpse in street, no aid; anger grows in hurricane-hit town

CAVAILLON, Haiti (Reuters) - A lifeless body caked in blood and mud lies in the street for days, and promised food and water supplies fail to materialize. Desperation turned to anger in southwest Haiti on Thursday as residents grappled with the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew.
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