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Guardian UK on Haitiain Suffering – via Victoria Sarne

January 23, 2010

There is no relief for the people of Haiti, it seems, even in their hour of promised salvation. More than a week after the earthquake that may have killed 200,000 people, most Haitians have seen nothing of the armada of aid they have been promised by the outside world. Instead, while the US military has commandeered Port-au-Prince’s ­airport to pour thousands of soldiers into the stricken Caribbean state, wounded and hungry survivors of the catastrophe have carried on dying.

via Haiti’s suffering is a result of calculated impoverishment | Seumas Milne | Comment is free | The Guardian.

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