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BBC launch new Creole service


A new BBC radio service in Creole, one of Haiti's main languages, has been launched.

The twenty-minute long daily broadcast aims to give survivors of the earthquake the most up to date information on where to find food, water, medical assistance and shelter.

Nick Miles watched the preparations before the new service went live.


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