Four weeks have passed since the devastating earthquake in Haiti, and the death toll has climbed over 200,000.
And although the story may be fading from the headlines, the crisis continues.
It’s an unfortunate reality that in any disaster, there are those who will seek to profit from the situation — a fact confirmed by allegations that some officials are rigging the system by which food and medicine are distributed.
Rob Reynolds of Al Jazeera English has more on the allegations of corruption:
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