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Hurricane Matthew: An Ominous Glimpse of the Future

Scene from Port-au-Prince, Haiti, in the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew, which made landfall in the country on 4 October. Photo: MINUSTAH/Logan Abassi By the UN Secretary-General's Special Envoys on El Niño and Climate, Mary Robinson and Ambassador Macharia Kamau Once again, Haiti is suffering. Once again, we are grieving for lives lost in avoidable tragedy. This is not the first time that Haiti has experienced tragedy related to extreme weather.
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