Cholera still rife in Haiti, two years after quake


It is nearly two years ago that a devastating earthquake killed thousands of people in Haiti.

Yet a cholera epidemic in and around the capital, Port-au-Prince, is still infecting 200 people a day, and there is little sign of life improving for ordinary people.

Russell Trott reports.

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