Dan Cruz holds 7-year-old Angelene while visiting the U.S. embassy in Port-au-Prince on Friday. He and wife Julie became the first American couple to adopt a Haitian child under the country’s new international regulations.
Dan Cruz holds 7-year-old Angelene while visiting the U.S. embassy in Port-au-Prince on Friday. He and wife Julie became the first American couple to adopt a Haitian child under the country’s new international regulations. Courtesy of the U.S. Embassy
Dan Cruz holds 7-year-old Angelene while visiting the U.S. embassy in Port-au-Prince on Friday. He and wife Julie became the first American couple to adopt a Haitian child under the country’s new international regulations. Courtesy of the U.S. Embassy

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