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When disaster hits: the added value of having a dedicated correspondent

Hurricane Matthew caused a new humanitarian crisis in Haiti, a country still recovering from the catastrophic 2010 earthquake. We spoke to Miami Herald's award-winning Caribbean correspondent Jacqueline Charles about the importance of on-the-ground coverage, especially in times of disaster. Read more...
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