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Hurricane-hit Haiti receives two water purification stations

Two water purification stations arrived in Haiti Tuesday, after Hurricane Matthew plowed through the Caribbean nation last week, leaving hundreds dead and raising fears of a spike in cholera. Both stations -- which each produce 250,000 liters (66,000 gallons) of drinking water per day -- arrived in Port-au-Prince as part of France's first shipment of humanitarian aid, which comprised some 69 tons of supplies, including medicine and anti-cholera kits.
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