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In Haiti, Even the Heartbroken Have Hope

Haiti is one of those places that steals your heart and then breaks it over and over again. The country is still trying to claw its way back from the devastating earthquake that claimed hundreds of thousands of lives in 2010. Now, nearly seven years later, with tens of thousands of Haitians still living in tents, along comes Hurricane Matthew, the latest in a long string of disasters--both natural and man-made--to befall our hemisphere's poorest nation.
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