The streets surrounding the National Palace are filled with vendors shopping their wares in the tent city surrounding the devastated National Palace in Port au Prince a year after the 7.0 earthquake that claimed 300,000 lives and displaced millions of Haitians.
The streets surrounding the National Palace are filled with vendors shopping their wares in the tent city surrounding the devastated National Palace in Port au Prince a year after the 7.0 earthquake that claimed 300,000 lives and displaced millions of Haitians. CARL JUSTE MIAMI HERALD STAFF
The streets surrounding the National Palace are filled with vendors shopping their wares in the tent city surrounding the devastated National Palace in Port au Prince a year after the 7.0 earthquake that claimed 300,000 lives and displaced millions of Haitians. CARL JUSTE MIAMI HERALD STAFF

Senator to Red Cross: Public has ‘right to know’ how Haiti money was spent

June 17, 2016 5:02 PM