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Port au Prince, Haiti, April 20, 2010.Cité Soleil wharf is where sail ferries are unloaded of the charcoal and salt coming from the provinces, and reloaded with imported rice, flour and sugar, due to the collapse of the Haitian economy. Cité Soleil is one of the world's poorest shantytown, home to almost half a million people.
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Port au Prince, Haiti, April 20, 2010.Cité Soleil wharf is where sail ferries are unloaded of the charcoal and salt coming from the provinces, and reloaded with imported rice, flour and sugar, due to the collapse of the Haitian economy. Cité Soleil is one of the world's poorest shantytown, home to almost half a million people.