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Women cover their heads with pans as they walk in a light rain brought by Hurricane Matthew in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Tuesday, October 4, 2016. (Photo by Dieu Nalio Chery/AP Photo)

Women cover their heads with pans as they walk in a light rain brought by Hurricane Matthew in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Tuesday, October 4, 2016. Matthew slammed into Haiti's southwestern tip with howling, 145 mph winds Tuesday, tearing off roofs in the poor and largely rural area, uprooting trees and leaving rivers bloated and choked with debris. (Photo by Dieu Nalio Chery/AP Photo)
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05 Oct 2016 09:14:00
People walk down the street while Hurricane Matthew approaches in Port-au-Prince, Haiti October 3, 2016. (Photo by Carlos Garcia Rawlins/Reuters)

People walk down the street while Hurricane Matthew approaches in Port-au-Prince, Haiti October 3, 2016. (Photo by Carlos Garcia Rawlins/Reuters)
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04 Oct 2016 10:23:00
A woman talks to a man as two children play inside a wrecked car at a camp for displaced people in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, March 6, 2016. (Photo by Andres Martinez Casares/Reuters)

A woman talks to a man as two children play inside a wrecked car at a camp for displaced people in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, March 6, 2016. (Photo by Andres Martinez Casares/Reuters)
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18 Aug 2016 11:16:00
In this July 24, 2016 photo, a pilgrim takes a bath in a sacred mud pool during the annual Voodoo celebration in Plaine-du-Nord, Haiti, Saturday, July 23, 2016. Pilgrims come to bathe in the mud and make offerings expecting a miracle. (Photo by Dieu Nalio Chery/AP Photo)

In this July 24, 2016 photo, a pilgrim takes a bath in a sacred mud pool during the annual Voodoo celebration in Plaine-du-Nord, Haiti, Saturday, July 23, 2016. Pilgrims come to bathe in the mud and make offerings expecting a miracle. (Photo by Dieu Nalio Chery/AP Photo)
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30 Jul 2016 10:59:00
Voodoo pilgrims bathe in a waterfall believed to have purifying powers during the annual celebration in Saut d' Eau, Haiti, Saturday, July 16, 2016. Annually, the falls are the site of a large, important religious pilgrimage, during the festival of Our Lady of Carmel, from July 14–16. A Eucharistic rite is held during the festival, as well as various vodou rituals, but the penultimate devotional activity is bathing in the waters of the falls, and asking favors of the Virgin or Erzulie. After bathing, voodoo pilgrims throw away the dresses they wore to the site, and don new clothes for good luck. (Photo by Dieu Nalio Chery/AP Photo)

Voodoo pilgrims bathe in a waterfall believed to have purifying powers during the annual celebration in Saut d' Eau, Haiti, Saturday, July 16, 2016. Annually, the falls are the site of a large, important religious pilgrimage, during the festival of Our Lady of Carmel, from July 14–16. A Eucharistic rite is held during the festival, as well as various vodou rituals, but the penultimate devotional activity is bathing in the waters of the falls, and asking favors of the Virgin or Erzulie. After bathing, voodoo pilgrims throw away the dresses they wore to the site, and don new clothes for good luck. (Photo by Dieu Nalio Chery/AP Photo)
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18 Jul 2016 13:02:00
Mirlene Verdieu watches television as she rests in a room at the Hospital of the State University of Haiti, which is one of the centers affected by a three-month-long strike by health workers demanding a pay rise and resources, in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, June 20, 2016. (Photo by Andres Martinez Casares/Reuters)

Mirlene Verdieu watches television as she rests in a room at the Hospital of the State University of Haiti, which is one of the centers affected by a three-month-long strike by health workers demanding a pay rise and resources, in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, June 20, 2016. (Photo by Andres Martinez Casares/Reuters)
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25 Jun 2016 11:57:00
In this April 2, 2016 photo, dusty sculptures made of cast-off baby dolls sit in an open-air museum and art workshop off a trash-strewn street cutting through some of the poorest neighborhoods in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. They were created by Haitian artists called Atis Rezistans who have become celebrated in the international art world by creating sculptures out of scrapped car parts, old wood, discarded toys and even human skulls found scattered outside crumbling mausoleums. (Photo by David McFadden/AP Photo)

In this April 2, 2016 photo, dusty sculptures made of cast-off baby dolls sit in an open-air museum and art workshop off a trash-strewn street cutting through some of the poorest neighborhoods in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. They were created by Haitian artists called Atis Rezistans who have become celebrated in the international art world by creating sculptures out of scrapped car parts, old wood, discarded toys and even human skulls found scattered outside crumbling mausoleums. (Photo by David McFadden/AP Photo)
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12 Apr 2016 11:10:00
In this March 21, 2015 photo, 15-year-old Guerline Augustin carries river water on her head, back to a borderland encampment outside the southeast Haitian town of Anse-a-Pitres, Haiti. (Photo by David McFadden/AP Photo)

In this March 21, 2015 photo, 15-year-old Guerline Augustin carries river water on her head, back to a borderland encampment outside the southeast Haitian town of Anse-a-Pitres, Haiti. The encampment is filled with people who either fled or were forcibly removed from the neighboring Dominican Republic amid an immigration crackdown. Within the next month, authorities hope to move nearly 2,400 people out of six encampments by providing subsidies for them to rent homes for a year in southeastern Haiti. The International Organization for Migration is coordinating the effort with $2 million from a U.N. emergency fund. (Photo by David McFadden/AP Photo)
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31 Mar 2016 11:20:00