Haiti Cholera Surges Again as Funding Vanishes

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U.N.-led foreign funding has dried up for Haiti's fight against cholera, thought to have been introduced by Nepali peacekeepers, has triggered a reduction in prevention and treatment services, and 227 deaths in the first seven months of the year, a third more than a year earlier,even as the global body vowed to help overcome the epidemic.