U.S. Senators Seek Clarification Of U.S. Position On U.N.’s Role In Haitian Cholera Epidemic

Humanosphere: Senators press U.S. to take stance on U.N. fault for cholera in Haiti
Humanosphere reporter Tom Murphy discusses “[a] letter [from a group of U.S. senators] to U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Samantha Power [that] requests a response in writing explaining whether there is support for increased funding to eliminate cholera [in Haiti] and whether the U.N. is immune from the lawsuit brought forward by the victims of the outbreak” (10/14).

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