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TOPSHOT - A man carries his baby on a trail in the middle of the river that passes near the village of Randelle, in the commune of Chardonniere, in the south west of Haiti, on October 19, 2016. The road leading to Randelle and other villages on the mountains was cut off after the passage of Hurricane Matthew. / AFP PHOTO / HECTOR RETAMALHECTOR RETAMAL/AFP/Getty Images

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A man carries his baby on a trail in the middle of the river that passes near the village of Randelle, in the commune of Chardonniere, in the south west of Haiti. The road leading to Randelle and other villages on the mountains was cut off after the passage of Hurricane Matthew. Photo Hector Retamal/AFP/Getty 

A woman prepares food near her destroyed house in the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew in the commune of Roche-a-Bateaux, southwest Haiti. Food, medicine and other essential aid has been slow to reach areas slammed by Hurricane Matthew. Some desperate Haitians have taken to blocking parts of the road crossing the southern peninsula to intercept humanitarian convoys, in some cases looting them. / AFP PHOTO / HECTOR RETAMALHECTOR

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A woman prepares food near her destroyed house in the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew in the commune of Roche-a-Bateaux, southwest Haiti. Photo Hector Retamal/AFP/Getty Images

 Locals wash clothes in Port Salut southwest of Port-au-Prince, on October 12, 2016, following the passage of Hurricane Matthew. A week after Matthew tore through the country, many remote areas communities were still left to their own devices. Families with destroyed homes and shattered livelihoods waited and prayed for help.   / AFP PHOTO / RODRIGO ARANGUARODRIGO ARANGUA/AFP/Getty Images

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Locals wash clothes in Port Salut southwest of Port-au-Prince a week after hurricane Matthew tore through the country. Photo Rodrigo Arangua/AFP/Getty 

A man walks for a street without light due to a power failure in the wake of Hurricane Matthew in Jeremie, Haiti, 11 October 2016. The category 4 hurricane made landfall in the country on 04 October, leaving more than 900 people dead and thousands displaced. According to the United Nations, in the wake of the hurricane a cholera outbreak has spread throughout the population.  EPA/ORLANDO BARRIA

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A man walks for a street without light due to a power failure in the wake of Hurricane Matthew in Jeremie, Haiti. Photo Orlando Barria/EPA

 A young man takes a shower in a shower from a water fountain in Houk, in a rural zone of Les Cayes, an area damaged by Hurricane Matthew, in the Southwest of Haiti, on October 9, 2016.  Haiti began three days of mourning Sunday for hundreds killed in Hurricane Matthew as relief officials grappled with the unfolding devastation in the Caribbean country's hard-hit south. Matthew crashed ashore on Haiti's southern coast on October 4 as a monster Category 4 storm, packing 145 mile (230 kilometer) winds. Civil defense officials have put the death toll at 336, although some officials said it topped 400.   / AFP PHOTO / HECTOR RETAMALHECTOR RETAMAL/AFP/Getty Images

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A young man takes a shower in a water fountain in Houk, in a rural zone of Les Cayes, an area damaged by Hurricane Matthew, in the Southwest of Haiti. Haiti began three days of mourning Sunday for hundreds killed in Hurricane Matthew as relief officials grappled with the unfolding devastation in the Caribbean country’s hard-hit south. Matthew crashed ashore on Haiti’s southern coast on October 4 as a monster Category 4 storm, packing 145 mile winds. Civil defense officials have put the death toll at 336, although some officials said it topped 400. Photo Hector Retamal/AFP/Getty 

A woman stands in a field of destroyed trees after the passing of Hurricane Matthew, in Sous Roche in Les Cayes, in Southwest Haiti, on October 6, 2016. The storm killed at least 108 people in Haiti, the poorest country in the Americas, with the final toll expected to be much higher. / AFP PHOTO / HECTOR RETAMALHECTOR RETAMAL/AFP/Getty Images

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A woman stands in a field of destroyed trees after the passing of Hurricane Matthew, in Sous Roche in Les Cayes, in Southwest Haiti. Photo Hector Retamal/AFP/Getty 

 Cubans pick up the pieces following the damage and havoc caused by Hurricane Matthew in Baracoa, Cuba, 6 October 2016. Matthew has crossed over parts of Haiti and Cuba and is expected to move up the east coast of the United States.  EPA/Alejandro Ernesto

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Cubans pick up the pieces following the damage and havoc caused by Hurricane Matthew in Baracoa. Matthew has crossed over parts of Haiti and Cuba and is expected to move up the east coast of the United States 

epa05382771 Protesters take to the streets in support to the extension of acting President Jovelerme Privert's term, in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, 21 June 2016. The Haitian Parliament has not reached an agreement on the extension of acting President of Haiti Jocelerme Privert's term, which started in February pending a general election in no more than 120 days, nor the appointing of another interim leader, as hundreds of people took the streets supporting Privert.  EPA/BAHARE KHODABANDE

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Protesters take to the streets in support to the extension of acting President Jovelerme Privert’s term, in Port-au-Prince, Haiti 

Children walk past election po...TOPSHOT - Children walk past election poster of presidential candidate Jovenel Moise of PHTK political party in Port-au-Prince on January 21, 2016.  The second round of presidential elections is scheduled for January 24 between ruling party candidate Jovenel Moise and Jude Celestin. Celestin has said he does not want to participate in the January 24 run-off against Moise, who has yet to submit his official resignation to the Provisional Electoral Council(CEP) / AFP / HECTOR RETAMALHECTOR RETAMAL/AFP/Getty Images

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Children walk past election posters of presidential candidate Jovenel Moise of PHTK political party in Port-au-Prince, Haiti 

A Haitian woman selling water at the Haitian-Dominican border, in Malpasse on October 27, 2015, to be delivered to the Haitian authorities. Dominican authorities settled on a deadline of June 17 for foreigners who had no residency papers to legalize their status and for Dominicans born to Haitian parents to receive their identification documents, or face deportation, as part of the National Reorganization Plan for Foreigners. AFP PHOTO/HECTOR RETAMALHECTOR RETAMAL/AFP/Getty Images

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A Haitian woman sells water at the Haitian-Dominican border, in Malpasse 

A young man walks under a storm on a road close to Gelin, in de commune of Kenscoff

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A young man walks under a storm on a road close to Gelin, in de commune of Kenscoff

A Haitian woman peeks through a fence surrounding the Ministry of Interior and Police while waiting to register in Santo Domingo...A Haitian woman peeks through a fence surrounding the Ministry of Interior and Police while waiting to register in Santo Domingo, June 16, 2015. The deadline expires Wednesday night for tens of thousands of undocumented Haitians born in the Dominican Republic under a controversial new immigration law that has aroused international concern from the United Nations and human rights groups. Dominican officials have said those who fail to registar under a "Regularization Plan" will be deported within 45 days. REUTERS/Ricardo Rojas        TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY

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A Haitian woman peeks through a fence surrounding the Ministry of Interior and Police while waiting to register in Santo Domingo. The deadline expires Wednesday night for tens of thousands of undocumented Haitians born in the Dominican Republic under a controversial new immigration law that has aroused international concern from the United Nations and human rights groups. Dominican officials have said those who fail to register under a “Regularization Plan” will be deported within 45 days.

Haitian children show their skills during a march in celebrations for National Haitian Flag Day in the streets of Port-au-Prince

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Haitian children show their skills during a march in celebrations for National Haitian Flag Day in the streets of Port-au-Prince

Lightning strikes over the sea along the...Lightning strikes over the sea along the coast of the Haitian capital, Port au Prince,  during an evening thunderstorm on September 24, 2014

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Lightning strikes over the sea along the coast of the Haitian capital, Port-au-Prince, during an evening thunderstorm. 

Lightning strikes during an evening thunderstorm on May 29, 2014 in the Haitian capital Port-au-Prince.

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Lightning strikes in Port-au-Prince, the capital of Haiti

TOPSHOTS A long exposure shows lightning...TOPSHOTS A long exposure shows lightning in the sky with reflection in the water on the floor of a building under construction during an evening thunderstorm on May 19, 2014 in the Haitian capital Port-au-Prince.   AFP PHOTO/Hector RETAMALHECTOR RETAMAL/AFP/Getty Images

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A thunderstorm in Port-au-Prince, the capital of Haiti, on Tuesday 

Revelers march in the "Carnival of Flowers"parade in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Monday, July 29, 2013. Tens of thousands of revelers have poured into downtown Port-au-Prince for the Caribbean nation s second  Carnival of Flowers,  a three-day celebration President Michel Martelly has revived from the Duvalier era.

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Revellers march in the “Carnival of Flowers” parade in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Tens of thousands of revellers have poured into downtown Port-au-Prince for the Caribbean nation’s second Carnival of Flowers, a three-day celebration President Michel Martelly has revived from the Duvalier era.