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14 de Julio de 2010

A la sombra de las ruinas: haitianos critican las condiciones de vida en el gigantesco campamento ubicado frente al destruido Palacio Nacional

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Seis meses después del terremoto, uno de los peores desastres naturales de la historia, Haití aún lucha por recuperarse. Casi 300.000 personas resultaron muertas y más de un millón y medio quedaron sin hogar. Visitamos el campamento Camp de Mars, ubicado frente al derruido Palacio Nacional de Puerto Príncipe, para que los haitianos que viven allí nos cuenten sobre su situación.

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