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The Guardian view on Haiti: time to repay our debts | Editorial

Hurricane Matthew is only the most recent cause of Haiti’s suffering. The international community, as well as its leaders, must take responsibility Haiti, yet to recover from 2010’s terrible earthquake, is reeling again. This time, Hurricane Matthew has devastated the country, whose acting president, Jocelerme Privert, has warned that famine could soon take hold. The UN has launched an emergency appeal for almost $120m to provide “life-saving assistance and protection” and has warned that 750,000 people need help urgently.
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