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UN Ordered to Take Responsibility for Roma Deaths. Haitians Next?

In 2010, United Nations peacekeepers brought cholera to Haiti. That is the same year that UN camps for Romas in Kosovo were demolished because the toxic land was making the residents sick. Thousands of Haitians and Romas have died or become ill through UN negligence and the UN is now beginning to take responsibility for what happened in Kosovo. Does this mean it will soon take responsibility for what happened in Haiti as well? There are many parallels between the two cases, as this article describes. Part of the article is below. Click HERE for the full text. Will the UN ever accept responsibility for Haiti’s devastating cholera epidemic? Rosa Freedman & Nicolas Lemay-Hébert, The Conversation April 25, 2016 What happens when a humanitarian organisation meant to protect people instead causes them grave harm? That has long been the question where […]

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