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Haiti: Cholera, One Year Later

Dying in Haiti marks the one year anniversary of Haiti's cholera outbreak, saying: “Conservative numbers say that cholera has infected 500,000 Haitians and killed 6,500 of them. This is more than any place in the world.”

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  • […] United Nations presence in Haiti (MINUSTAH), partly as a result of its troops being responsible for an outbreak of cholera that killed thousands of Haitians, and partly for their crimes against the Haitian […]

  • […] (MINUSTAH) s'intensificava, en part com a resultat dels seus soldats tenint la culpa per un brot de còlera que va matar milers de haitians, i en part pels seus crims contra el poble […]

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