Concerns about violence in Cite Soleil, Haiti
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Concerns about violence in Cite Soleil, Haiti

Citizens of Cite Soleil, a Haitian slum, are concerned that violence may increase in the aftermath of the earthquake. Thousands of criminals escaped when a prison was damaged during the earthquake and many residents believe they will re-engage in criminal activity. (Narration and Video by Dana Hedgpeth, edited by Jade Ryan/The Washington Post)

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