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One thousand local recipients prepare to exit the gates back into the Cité Soleil neighborhood of Port-au-Prince, Haiti, after receiving disaster relief kits from Samaritan’s Purse at the Eglise Chretienne des Cites after the devastating earthquake in 2010. Each kit included a hygiene kit, a tarp, a blanket and a jerrycan.

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A Haitian woman sits in the tent encampment set up in Place Boyer, in Pétion-Ville, Haiti.

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A young boy sits in the Cité Soleil disaster relief tent city in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, after a hurricane devastated the country.

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Girls jump rope in the tent city set up in Place Boyer, in Pétion-Ville, Haiti, after an earthquake devastated the country.

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American cars were imported to Cuba for around 50 years, since the early 20th century. After the Cuban Revolution, the U.S. enacted an embargo and Fidel Castro banned the importation of American goods, leading to the present, where there is an abundance of vintage and classic American vehicles still being driven in the country.

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Urban street view in Havana, Cuba.

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Street view in downtown Havana, Cuba.

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Street view in downtown Havana, Cuba.

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A Cuban man works on an American car. For around 50 years, American cars were imported into Cuba. After the Cuban Revolution, the U.S. embargo was enacted and Fidel Castro banned the importation of American goods, leading to the present, where there is an abundance of vintage and classic American vehicles still being driven in the country.

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