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Aid arrives in Haiti, but desperation grows in cut-off towns

Helicopters are ferrying in food and medicine to devastated southwestern Haiti, but almost a week after Hurricane Matthew's assault life here is still far from normal and desperation is growing in communities where aid has yet to arrive. Power is still out, water and food are scarce, and officials...
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