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DISPLACED FAMILIES FACE FORCED EVICTION IN HAITI
Hundreds of families who were left homeless after the January 2010 earthquake face imminent forced eviction from their makeshift camp.
There are increased concerns for the well-being of prominent Syrian human rights lawyer Khalil Ma’touq after the state denied holding him.
Hundreds of families have been forcibly evicted from two makeshift camps in Port-au-Prince. Neither camp was given enough time to gather their belongings before their shelters were destroyed.
The authorities have threatened to relocate a Shi’a community by force, in March. The community is living in temporary shelter in deteriorating conditions.