PBS NewsHour

Haitians blame UN soldiers for cholera crisis

Clip: 01/13/2014 | 8m 48s

Three years ago in Haiti, as the country struggled to recover from a devastating earthquake, a river near a United Nations base was poisoned with cholera; hundreds of thousands of people have been infected. Inigo Gilmore of Independent Television News investigates the allegations about the spread of the disease by UN soldiers.

Aired: 01/13/14

Rating: NR

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