Death toll of Hurricane Matthew in Haiti raises to 100 persons
Hurricane Matthew has left 108 people dead in Haiti, the interior minister has told AFP news agency.
One local official, speaking to AFP, said 50 people had died in the southern town of Roche-a-Bateau alone.
New images from remote and cut off areas in the south-west of the country show scenes of devastation.
The hurricane has again been upgraded to a Category Four storm, the second highest hurricane classification, as it heads for the US state of Florida.
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