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Latest Haiti Items
Terror over a fast-spreading cholera epidemic has triggered a violent witch-hunt in rural Haiti in which locals have murdered at least 12 neighbors on accusations they used "black magic" to infect people, police said Thursday.
The United Nations on Monday counseled against violence after Haiti's electoral council refused demands by almost all of the major presidential candidates to throw out Sunday's election results because of fraud allegations as many voters were turned away from the polls.
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Are the Haitian victims of cholera "collateral damage" caused by inaction? More than 1,000 Haitians have already been killed and nearly a quarter-million more could contract cholera over the next several months.
Haitians angry over the cholera epidemic ignored exhortations from health workers to stop violence that is disrupting treatment efforts, and authorities feared more unrest in the capital Friday.
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Protests over the cholera epidemic faded Friday but young men burned tires and threw rocks at police near government buildings amid surging anger over a disease that has killed more than 1,100 people so far.
Anti-U.N. violence spread to Haiti's capital Thursday as protesters blocked roads and attacked foreigners' cars over suspicions that peacekeepers introduced a cholera epidemic that has killed more than 1,100 people.
The campaign rally is charging down the street, drums beating, hot-pink signs waving. People mob the candidate, trying to grab a piece of his hand or touch his bald head, his smile a half-moon shining in the dusty afternoon light.