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    1. This April 17, 2016 photo shows Micheler Castor, who is deaf, holding a picture of him with his wife Jesula Gelin, who's also deaf, with their children at his home in Leveque, a community where a group of deaf people relocated after the 2010 earthquake in Cabaret, Haiti.

    2. The three friends had spent the day stocking up on food in the Haitian capital when they left for their village, setting off on the 20-mile trip home by foot because the minibuses known as tap-taps weren't running after a bridge collapse.

    3. PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti, April 26, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Yanvalou Designs ( www.yanvalou.com ) announces its 2016 collection of reversible swimwear, coverups, and accessories showcasing original Haitian art ...

    4. For nearly two weeks, a 72-year-old man was trapped between the walls where his room had collapsed after a major earthquake shook the coast of Ecuador.

    5. PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti, April 26, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Yanvalou Designs (www.yanvalou.com) announces its 2016 collection of reversible swimwear, coverups, and accessories showcasing original Haitian art licensed from Haitian master, Frantz Zephirin, and emerging artists, Pizaro and Ras...

    6. Jonathan M. Katz, an award-winning journalist who covered the devastating 2010 Haiti earthquake and the later cholera epidemic, will host a panel discussion on journalists’ choices and ethical responsibilities while covering the burgeoning Zika epidemic at Duke University on Wednesday, April 13.

    7. Recovering culture amid catastrophe

      Yale University Office of Public AffairsApr 19 01:16 PM

      Shortly after a catastrophic earthquake struck Haiti in January 2010, a team led by the Smithsonian Institution traveled there to assess the damage to the devastated nation’s cultural heritage. Richard Kurin, under secretary for history, art, and culture at the Smithsonian Institution, was a member of the team and helped to assemble it — a task complicated by the fact that the federal government...

    8. Reuters/Andres Martinez Casares On January 12, 2010 a 7.0 magnitude earthquake struck Haiti, killing thousands of people and displacing millions more. Ten months later the country was stricken with an outbreak of cholera, a deadly diarrheal disease. Though the number of cholera cases has decreased from a peak of approximately 25,000 cases per month, it is likely that thousands of people are ...

    9. Alex Weppelmann , University of Florida On January 12, 2010 a 7.0 magnitude earthquake struck Haiti , killing thousands of people and displacing millions more. Ten months later the country was stricken with an outbreak of cholera, a deadly diarrheal disease. Though the number of cholera cases has decreased from a peak of approximately 25,000 cases per month, it is likely that thousands of people...

    10. The damage and death toll from a natural disaster isn't just a matter of the magnitude—it also matters how rich and organized the country is

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