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Haiti hurricane victims lose hope of receiving aid

It's been two weeks since Hurricane Matthew devastated southern Haiti, but large parts of the impoverished country's third-largest city of Les Cayes remain a wasteland and many residents have stopped expecting to receive any help. A coconut tree fell on Yolette Cazenor's small home in the storm's aftermath. A similar fate befell her neighbor Michel Donald. So far, a few pieces of sheet metal is all they have to rebuild.
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