A view of post-quake Haiti, on the run
PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti -- Six days a week, the rail-thin athlete sets off at daybreak, his neon-green running shoes glowing in the grey light of dawn.
It's hard not to notice Astrel Clovis. He's one of the only runners ever seen in Port-au-Prince, where there are few sidewalks, let alone bike lanes, and major thoroughfares seemed more pothole than road even before disaster struck this city three years ago.
Like virtually all Haitians in the capital of 3 million, the runner's life was ...
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