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Biggest Atlantic hurricane in a decade bearing down on Haiti MP3

One of the largest Atlantic hurricanes in recent times is bearing down on Haiti. Hurricane Matthew is the largest storm to hit the region in a decade. Many are worried the Caribbean nation is unprepared for the storm or its aftermath. Only six years have passed since Haiti was hit by an earthquake that destroyed more than 188,000 homes and claimed an estimated 200,000 lives. Interim President Jocelerme Privert has ur... Source: abc.net.au

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