Relief organisations say the situation in Haiti is 'critical'
Tens of thousands of people have been made homeless and crops have been destroyed
Haiti is ill-equipped to respond to natural disasters
The storm, now a category 2 hurricane, has already claimed more than 800 lives in Haiti
The most powerful and longest-lasting Atlantic storm since 2007 is battering Haiti and will head to Cuba and the Bahamas before edging up the eastern seaboard
Countries in the path of the category 4 strom have been trying to make preparations
The strongest storm to strike the region since 2007, Matthew also threatens to bring devastation to parts of Jamaica
'Hurricane Matthew has shifted a bit eastward – good news for Jamaica, bad news for Haiti'
The 24-year-old will spend 15 years in jail
Political strife, natural disasters and epidemics can devastate a country’s tourist industry. But once initial challenges are overcome, visitors can aid recovery, says Nick Redmayne
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The book shows how the Haitian supernatural element has been abandoned in favour of viral contagion, a product of the interconnectedness of the modern world
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