Cholera outbreak in Haiti leads to violent clashes
At least one person has been shot dead following violent clashes in Haiti, with UN peace keepers.
Some Haitians have blamed them for the cholera epidemic that has killed at least 900 people even though tests have cleared the troops of being carriers.
They fired tear gas to disperse demonstrators in Cap Haitien, the country's second city.
The BBC's United Nations Correspondent Barbara Plett has sent this report.
16 Nov 2010
- From the section Latin America & Caribbean