Haiti's new prime minister and cabinet are sworn in

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The new Haitian prime minister and his cabinet have taken office, five months after Michel Martelly was sworn in as president.

The prime minister, Garry Conille, was a former aide to Bill Clinton. He and the new cabinet face several daunting tasks including a cholera epidemic which has been described as the worst in the world and tens of thousands still homeless after last year's earthquake.

Will Grant reports.

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