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Drought in Haiti Ravages Crops for Farmers

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A drought in Northwest Haiti has put many farming families into hardship. The U.N. World Food Program has donated food to 164,000 people in the region, an area that is considered the hungriest of the nation.  (Photo: Dieu Nalio Chery/AP Photo)

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