Monique Clesca

pro-democracy activist in Haiti and former United Nations official

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Aftershocks are still rocking Haiti following Saturday’s 7.2 magnitude earthquake.

In Haiti, devastation from major quake becomes worse by a tropical storm and political corruption

Aftershocks are still rocking Haiti following Saturday’s 7.2 magnitude earthquake.

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