As Haiti’s crisis worsens, a rising number flee by sea
"There is nothing for me here." As the crisis in Haiti deepens, scores of migrants are embarking on dangerous journeys by sea to reach the United States, reactivating old Caribbean routes and prompting other countries in the region to shut down their doors. Widlore Mérancourt and Paulina Villegas explore the turmoil of Haitians driven out of their country by the dire economy, political unrest and rising gang violence.
From The Washington Post