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UN peacekeepers must stay in hurricane-hit Haiti: envoy

The UN peacekeeping force in Haiti must stay for another six months to help the Caribbean nation cope with the humanitarian crisis from Hurricane Matthew, the UN envoy said Tuesday. Sandra Honore told the Security Council ahead of a vote on renewing the mission's mandate that damage from the hurricane was extensive, potentially affecting Haiti's stability. "There can be no doubt: this is a humanitarian tragedy and an acute emergency situation with 1.
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