Ninety seconds transformed my country—and my life.
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Last summer, Frederic Dupoux, a Haitian photographer studying in France, went back to Haiti for an extended visit. He decided to take a picture every day during his visit, documenting it in his photoblog, 88DaysInHaiti. He remains there now, Tweeting when he can: “We were not expecting this most of us are not equipped for survival. Places need to start opening, we all need food, water & fuel.”
ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE HAITIAN EARTHQUAKE
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How to rebuild a better Port-au-Prince.
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How will they count the dead in Haiti?
Haiti's History: A Timeline.