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Haitians pray in church ruins as worry over hunger and disease grows after Hurricane Matthew

Survivors of Hurricane Matthew put on their Sunday finest and picked their way through downed power lines to sing praise and pray in ruined churches, while desperation grew in other parts of devastated Haiti and international rescue efforts began ramping up.  Haitian authorities were still unsure...
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