Haitian Diaspora Sees an Opening
By JOSé DE CóRDOBA And CHARLES FORELLE
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti—Five days after the earthquake devastated the Haitian capital, Claire-Marie Cyprien stepped into a terrifying scene at the General Hospital.
Young children and old men lay on thin, filthy mattresses. Some screamed, others were silent. The hospital's Haitian staff was barely in evidence. Volunteers from France and the U.S. rushed from patient to patient. More...