More Than 480 Cholera Deaths This Year on Haitian-Dominican Border

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More than 480 people have died of cholera and 1,800 others have contracted the disease on the Haitian-Dominican border this year. The outbreak in the border area is growing. Meanwhile, Haitians have taken to the streets to protest the continued presence of the United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH), which is blamed for spreading the epidemic in the country.