Haitians fight for better homes

Growing demand comes months after devastating earthquakes forced many into makeshift camps.

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    It has been almost six months since Haiti's deadly earthquake displaced hundreds of thousands of people and forced them into makeshift camps.

    With the Caribbean hurricane season looming, the need for more permanent homes is becoming more acute.

    Sebastian Walker reports from Haiti's capital Port-au-Prince on how many residents are growing increasingly impatient and fighting for better living conditions.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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