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Cholera epidemic threatens Haiti's capital

More than 200 people are now thought to have died in central Haiti as health officials battle to contain the country's first cholera epidemic in a century.

Aid agencies are on high alert to try to prevent cholera reaching Port-au-Prince, where hundreds of thousands of people are still living in tents after January's earthquake.

Julie Schindall from Oxfam spoke to the BBC from Haiti.

  • 23 Oct 2010
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