Thursday, June 20, 2013
Three-and-a-half years after a devastating earthquake that killed 200,000 people, Haiti is slowly returning to normal.
There used to be 1.5 million people living under tents in the immediate aftermath of the quake - that number has now dropped to 320,000.
Much of the rubble has been cleared from the capital Port-au-Prince.
But there are fears that a gigantic new slum could spring up on the capital's outskirts..........
FULL ARTICLE HERE: BBC News - Fear that slum will replace earthquake camps in Haiti