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U.N. fears more cholera in Haiti after storm, says protests slowing relief

PORT-AU-PRINCE (Reuters) - The scale of a cholera outbreak in Haiti after Hurricane Matthew may be underreported because remote areas are cut off, a United Nations official in charge of controlling the disease said on Tuesday, adding protests over slow aid made the problem worse.
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