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Hurricane Matthew Pounds Haiti

Haiti hit by powerful hurricane; Colombia peace efforts continue; Nobel Prize in Physics.

Western Haiti is being lashed by Hurricane Matthew; Colombia keeps up push for peace; British-born scientists awarded Nobel Prize in Physics for discoveries about strange forms of matter.

(Photo: A mini-bus crosses the water left by the rain after Hurricane Matthew in Port-au-Prince. Credit: Getty Images)

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Tue 4 Oct 2016 13:06GMT

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