Haiti reconstruction stymied by mounds of rubble

It's been six months since Haiti fell victim to one of the most destructive natural disasters on record. On January 12, at four fifty three in the afternoon, in 35 seconds, a 7.0 earthquake killed an estimated three hundred thousand people, and left more than a million homeless. Today, 1.7 million Haitians live in camps and as The World's Amy Bracken reports, the effort to get people back into houses is being held up by one major obstacle: a lack of cleared, usable land.

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