Meanwhile, the Swedish government has been asked to send a team of twelve people who will build a base camp to replace the U.N.'s destroyed headquarters in Haiti. The team and consists of among others engineers and water and sewage experts. They are expected to leave for Haiti on Saturday morning together with the equipment to set up the camp.
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