Two women check their cellphones as they hawk their wares on a bridge over the Artibonite River, whose waters are believed to be the source of Haiti's 2010 cholera outbreak.
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August 31, 2011 Researchers tracked the movements of cellphone users through their SIM cards in Haiti during the cholera epidemic. Their study shows that cellphone data could help doctors and others better provide relief during a disaster or epidemic.
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May 6, 2011 A United Nations panel finds that cholera spread quickly from a U.N. camp in the upper Artibonite River valley to waters used by tens of thousands of Haitians for bathing, washing and drinking.
The US Capitol is seen at night in Washington, D.C.
November 15, 2010 Lame duck Congressional session; Rangel ethics hearing; the Hajj; Suu Kyi works
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