Haiti fears food shortages after hurricane

BBC: Fears are growing of food shortages in Haiti, after the strong winds and heavy rain of Hurricane Sandy caused extensive crop damage. Aid workers and officials are also warning that flooding could lead to a sharp rise in cholera cases. Sandy is blamed for some 70 deaths in the Caribbean. Of these more than 50 were in Haiti. In Jamaica and Cuba, which took direct hits from the hurricane, the clean-up is also continuing. Sandy, which was a category one hurricane when it clipped Haiti last......

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