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Haiti covers the western third of the island of Hispaniola. Haiti shares the island with the Dominican Republic. The shape of Haiti has been compared to a lobster's claw, with the upper pincer pointing toward Cuba and the lower longer claw pointing toward Jamaica.
It is the most greatly populated country in Latin America and has the lowest per capita income. About half the people are unemployed and three quarters are living in the most severe poverty. Some of the problems that Haiti still face today are political instability, repression, and lack of medical care. …
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