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Haitians sheltering in tents grow impatient for aid after devastating quake

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By Laura Gottesdiener LES CAYES, Haiti (Reuters) – Haitians left homeless by a devastating earthquake that killed about 2,000 people voiced anger over a lack of government aid as they spent a fourth night in the open on Wednesday, many without clean water and food. Prime Minister Ariel Henry, who flew to visit the worst-affected town of Les Cayes in southwest Haiti soon after Saturday’s quake of magnitude 7.2, had praised the dignity shown by survivors and promised a rapid escalation of aid. But by late Tuesday, as storm clouds threatened a second night of heavy rain, residents of a mushroomin…

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