UN stance on Haiti cholera 'immoral' says lawyer
The United Nations has formally rejected all claims for compensation from victims of the cholera outbreak in Haiti that has killed nearly 8,000 people.
Evidence suggests cholera was introduced to Haiti through leaking sewage pipes at a camp housing Nepalese peacekeepers.
Human rights lawyer Ira Kurzban has said it is ''immoral'' for the UN to deny responsibility for the epidemic.
He added that the secretary-general had to be held accountable and that further legal action may be pursued.
- From the section Latin America & Caribbean