Haiti: Aid trucks looted before UN chief visit

Haiti: Aid trucks looted before UN chief visit
 

Angry Haitians looted aid trucks shortly before the UN secretary general visited parts of the country hit by Hurricane Matthew, which killed 900 people.
Clashes were reported in Les Cayes, where Ban Ki-moon said "all resources" would be mobilised to help the nation.
Haiti says more than 1.4 million people urgently need humanitarian aid.
There are also fears of a cholera outbreak, with spikes in cases and deaths reported in the south west.
The waterborne disease reached the island via Nepalese UN troops after the deadly earthquake in 2010, causing the deaths of nearly 10,000... read more

 
16 October 2016 in World News, Views: 54
Source: BBC
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