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© Remi OCHLIK/IP3 - Port au Prince on 2010 november 24 - PORT-AU-PRINCE - Haiti needs a surge of foreign nurses and doctors to stem deaths from a raging cholera epidemic that an international aid operation is struggling to control, the United Nations' top humanitarian official said.About 1,000 trained nurses and at least 100 more doctors were urgently needed to control the epidemic, which has struck the impoverished Caribbean nation months after a destructive earthquake.The outbreak has killed more than 1,400 Haitians in five weeks and the death toll is climbing by dozens each day. Former Lavallas partisans demonstrate in the streets around the Champ de Mars place, protesting against Minustah, Cholera and Jude Celestin and his party INITE