‘We have no place to go’: Tropical storm drenching earthquake-stricken Haiti • FRANCE 24 English

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Tropical #Storm Grace swept over #Haiti with drenching rains just two days after a powerful #earthquake battered the impoverished #Caribbean nation, adding to the misery of thousands who lost loved ones, suffered injuries or found themselves homeless and forcing overwhelmed hospitals and rescuers to act quickly.

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