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Haiti Cholera Epidemic Sponsored By United Nations. …Unscrupulous Multinational Bandits

AFRICANGLOBE - Today, on its French-language web site CBC Radio-Canada published an article announcing the United Nations’ decision not to compensate the victims of the cholera epidemic its soldiers had introduced to Haiti since October 2010. The UN-caused epidemic has so far claimed over 10,000 lives.

UN Peacekeeping Troops Blamed for Cholera Outbreak – Report

AFRICANGLOBE - The United Nations Peacekeeping Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH) should be held accountable for the outbreak of Cholera that has killed more than 7,000 people since October 2010, according to a new report released here.

Haitians Set to Sue the United Nations Over Cholera Epidemic

AFRICANGLOBE - Haitian victims of the UN's cholera epidemic have given the United Nations a 60-day deadline to start talks about billions of dollars worth of compensation or face legal action. The UN is accused of negligently allowing peacekeeping soldiers from cholera endemic Nepal to pollute Haiti's water with the disease.

The United Nation’s Role in Haiti’s Cholera Outbreak

AFRICANGLOBE - Just over 2 years have passed since the Haiti's cholera outbreak which started its deadly march killing 7,568 people and infecting 600,885

Haitian Prime Minister Says Cholera Epidemic Under Control After Killing 7,400

After a cholera epidemic in Haiti killed more than 7,400 people in the last two years, Haitian Prime Minister Laurent Lamothe said the disease has been...

The UN’s Cholera Epidemic in Haiti

Haitians have had a long and arduous struggle just to achieve the rights that most people in the rest of the hemisphere have enjoyed....

The Truth About Haiti’s Cholera Epidemic: An Interview with Dr. Renaud...

The United Nations occupation force in Haiti, MINUSTAH, still denies responsibility for the outbreak of cholera nearly a year ago, despite overlapping studies that “demonstrate without any doubt that cholera was brought to Haiti by infected Nepalese soldiers