Despite earthquake, 'Haitian Idol' finalist keeps singing
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Despite earthquake, 'Haitian Idol' finalist keeps singing

Esceline Belcombe, 22, sings in a Port-au-Prince, Haiti, tent city. Two years ago, Belcombe was a finalist in "Miss Videomax," a show similar to "American Idol." (Peter Slevin/The Washington Post)

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