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Haiti struggles to organize vote in hurricane's aftermath

People gather outside the Lycee Jean Claudy Museau school where refugees of Hurricane Matthew are currently housed in Les Cayes, in the south west of Haiti, on November 16, 2016Tensions are high at a school in the Haitian city of Les Cayes where victims of Hurricane Matthew have been housed for six weeks but worry they will be thrown out to make way for voting Sunday. The 181 families sheltering in the Jean-Claudy Museau school are blaming the mayor of the southern city who they say allowed them in the facility then tried to evict them. A day earlier Gabriel Fortune, mayor of the third-largest city, had evacuated another school-turned-shelter using military tactics to make way for a voting center.

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