ICYMI: Checking In On Haiti : 1A In February, Haiti declared that after more than a decade of battling cholera, it had fully eliminated the disease.

Less than a year later – cholera is back, and it's devastating the already-beleaguered country.

Armed gangs, a fuel blockade, and widespread hunger all have contributed to the outbreak.

We discuss how Haitians are dealing with the situation and what countries like the U.S. are doing to help.

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ICYMI: Checking In On Haiti

ICYMI: Checking In On Haiti

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People wave flags and march during a rally organized by Christians to denounce the high levels of crime in Haiti in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. RICHARD PIERRIN/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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People wave flags and march during a rally organized by Christians to denounce the high levels of crime in Haiti in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.

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In February, Haiti declared that after more than a decade of battling cholera, it had fully eliminated the disease.

Less than a year latercholera is back, and it's devastating the already-beleaguered country.

Armed gangs, a fuel blockade, and widespread hunger all have contributed to the outbreak.

How are Haitians dealing with their situation? And what are countries like the U.S. doing to help?

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