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Famine fears rise after hurricane wrecks Haiti's bread-basket

LES CAYES (Reuters) - Hurricane Matthew tore up large tracts of food crops as well as mature coffee and cocoa plantations when it ravaged Haiti's fertile south last week, with a U.N. official expressing concern about possible famine in the poorest nation in the Americas.
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