Video: Hurricane fears for Haiti

Effects of global warming make many Haitians fear a repeat of last year's deadly storms.

    People in Haiti are worried that, in the middle of the current hurricane season, history may repeat itself.

    Hundreds of people died in mudslides and floods after last year's powerful storms.

    Haiti's story is just one example of the devastating effects of global warming, particularly in impoverished nations.

    Teresa Bo reports.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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