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Haiti is now facing the largest humanitarian emergency since 2010, after Hurricane Matthew tore through the country October 4.
According to the latest media reports, over 900 people have lost their lives, and this figure may rise, as rescue teams gain access to southern areas cut off by the storm.
At least 1,000 people have been reported dead, and those who have survived now face threats of a famine and spread of disease amid the hurricane's devastation
The nation of Haiti has been hit the hardest since Hurricane Matthew tore through the impoverished nation. Officials say that U.S. military have reached Haiti to provide assistance after the hurricane killed hundreds of people. The ...
Hurricane Matthew, which has now moved past Cuba as it rumbles its way toward the southeastern United States, has left Haiti with what the UN is calling the country’s “largest humanitarian event” since the devastating earthquake of ...