UN: Children in Haiti hit by cholera as malnutrition rises
9 days ago - By ABC News
UNICEF officials say a cholera outbreak sweeping through Haiti is claiming a growing number of children amid a surge in malnutrition
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Marnus Labuschagne brings up 53 runs from 71 balls for his 14th Test half-century.
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