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  •  - Haitian immigrants wait to receive food at a shelter in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil

    Haitian immigrants wait to receive food at a shelter in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil

    Posted: 2/3/2012 4:58:32 PM EST
    Haitian immigrants wait to receive food at a shelter in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil, February 3, 2012. Over 250 Haitian immigrants hoping to enter Brazil have been stuck in Inapari, a remote border town some 1,620 km (1,005 miles) southeast of Lima, after Brazil's government closed the border to them. Haitians are looking for opportunities in Brazil, which has enjoyed years of growing economic prosperity and attracted billions of dollars in foreign investment. Brazil recently agreed to grant work visas to thousands of poor Haitians escaping the quake-ravaged nation, but Brasilia is looking to stem illegal immigration. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: SOCIETY IMMIGRATION POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
  •  - Haitian immigrants wait to receive food at a shelter in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil

    Haitian immigrants wait to receive food at a shelter in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil

    Posted: 2/3/2012 4:56:49 PM EST
    Haitian immigrants wait to receive food at a shelter in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil, February 3, 2012. Over 250 Haitian immigrants hoping to enter Brazil have been stuck in Inapari, a remote border town some 1,620 km (1,005 miles) southeast of Lima, after Brazil's government closed the border to them. Haitians are looking for opportunities in Brazil, which has enjoyed years of growing economic prosperity and attracted billions of dollars in foreign investment. Brazil recently agreed to grant work visas to thousands of poor Haitians escaping the quake-ravaged nation, but Brasilia is looking to stem illegal immigration. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: SOCIETY IMMIGRATION POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
  •  - Haitian immigrants wait to receive food at a shelter in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil

    Haitian immigrants wait to receive food at a shelter in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil

    Posted: 2/3/2012 4:55:03 PM EST
    Haitian immigrants wait to receive food at a shelter in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil, February 3, 2012. Over 250 Haitian immigrants hoping to enter Brazil have been stuck in Inapari, a remote border town some 1,620 km (1,005 miles) southeast of Lima, after Brazil's government closed the border to them. Haitians are looking for opportunities in Brazil, which has enjoyed years of growing economic prosperity and attracted billions of dollars in foreign investment. Brazil recently agreed to grant work visas to thousands of poor Haitians escaping the quake-ravaged nation, but Brasilia is looking to stem illegal immigration. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: SOCIETY IMMIGRATION POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
  •  - Haitian immigrants receive food at a shelter in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil

    Haitian immigrants receive food at a shelter in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil

    Posted: 2/3/2012 4:51:39 PM EST
    Haitian immigrants receive food at a shelter in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil, February 3, 2012. Over 250 Haitian immigrants hoping to enter Brazil have been stuck in Inapari, a remote border town some 1,620 km (1,005 miles) southeast of Lima, after Brazil's government closed the border to them. Haitians are looking for opportunities in Brazil, which has enjoyed years of growing economic prosperity and attracted billions of dollars in foreign investment. Brazil recently agreed to grant work visas to thousands of poor Haitians escaping the quake-ravaged nation, but Brasilia is looking to stem illegal immigration. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: SOCIETY IMMIGRATION POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
  •  - Haitian immigrants wait for food at a shelter in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil

    Haitian immigrants wait for food at a shelter in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil

    Posted: 2/3/2012 4:49:49 PM EST
    Haitian immigrants wait for food at a shelter in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil, February 3, 2012. Over 250 Haitian immigrants hoping to enter Brazil have been stuck in Inapari, a remote border town some 1,620 km (1,005 miles) southeast of Lima, after Brazil's government closed the border to them. Haitians are looking for opportunities in Brazil, which has enjoyed years of growing economic prosperity and attracted billions of dollars in foreign investment. Brazil recently agreed to grant work visas to thousands of poor Haitians escaping the quake-ravaged nation, but Brasilia is looking to stem illegal immigration. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: SOCIETY IMMIGRATION POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
  •  - Haitian immigrants walk on a street at Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil

    Haitian immigrants walk on a street at Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil

    Posted: 2/3/2012 3:14:05 PM EST
    Haitian immigrants walk on a street at Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil, February 3, 2012. Over 250 Haitian immigrants hoping to enter Brazil have been stuck in Inapari, a remote border town some 1,620 km (1,005 miles) southeast of Lima, after Brazil's government closed the border to them. Haitians are looking for opportunities in Brazil, which has enjoyed years of growing economic prosperity and attracted billions of dollars in foreign investment. Brazil recently agreed to grant work visas to thousands of poor Haitians escaping the quake-ravaged nation, but Brasilia is looking to stem illegal immigration. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: SOCIETY IMMIGRATION BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT POLITICS)
  •  - A Haitian immigrant rests next to his bags at a church in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil

    A Haitian immigrant rests next to his bags at a church in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil

    Posted: 2/3/2012 3:12:48 PM EST
    A Haitian immigrant rests next to his bags at a church in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil, February 3, 2012. Over 250 Haitian immigrants hoping to enter Brazil have been stuck in Inapari, a remote border town some 1,620 km (1,005 miles) southeast of Lima, after Brazil's government closed the border to them. Haitians are looking for opportunities in Brazil, which has enjoyed years of growing economic prosperity and attracted billions of dollars in foreign investment. Brazil recently agreed to grant work visas to thousands of poor Haitians escaping the quake-ravaged nation, but Brasilia is looking to stem illegal immigration. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
  •  - A Haitian immigrant drinks water at a street in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil

    A Haitian immigrant drinks water at a street in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil

    Posted: 2/3/2012 3:11:03 PM EST
    A Haitian immigrant drinks water at a street in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil, February 3, 2012. Over 250 Haitian immigrants hoping to enter Brazil have been stuck in Inapari, a remote border town some 1,620 km (1,005 miles) southeast of Lima, after Brazil's government closed the border to them. Haitians are looking for opportunities in Brazil, which has enjoyed years of growing economic prosperity and attracted billions of dollars in foreign investment. Brazil recently agreed to grant work visas to thousands of poor Haitians escaping the quake-ravaged nation, but Brasilia is looking to stem illegal immigration. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
  •  - A Haitian immigrant reads news to the others at a public internet service in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil

    A Haitian immigrant reads news to the others at a public internet service in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil

    Posted: 2/3/2012 3:08:28 PM EST
    A Haitian immigrant reads news to the others at a public internet service in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil, February 3, 2012. Over 250 Haitian immigrants hoping to enter Brazil have been stuck in Inapari, a remote border town some 1,620 km (1,005 miles) southeast of Lima, after Brazil's government closed the border to them. Haitians are looking for opportunities in Brazil, which has enjoyed years of growing economic prosperity and attracted billions of dollars in foreign investment. Brazil recently agreed to grant work visas to thousands of poor Haitians escaping the quake-ravaged nation, but Brasilia is looking to stem illegal immigration. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: SOCIETY IMMIGRATION BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT POLITICS)
  •  - Haitian immigrants stay inside a church used as a dorm in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil

    Haitian immigrants stay inside a church used as a dorm in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil

    Posted: 2/3/2012 2:04:55 PM EST
    Haitian immigrants stay inside a church used as a dorm in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil, February 3, 2012. Over 250 Haitian immigrants hoping to enter Brazil have been stuck in Inapari, a remote border town some 1,620 km (1,005 miles) southeast of Lima, after Brazil's government closed the border to them. Haitians are looking for opportunities in Brazil, which has enjoyed years of growing economic prosperity and attracted billions of dollars in foreign investment. Brazil recently agreed to grant work visas to thousands of poor Haitians escaping the quake-ravaged nation, but Brasilia is looking to stem illegal immigration. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: SOCIETY IMMIGRATION POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
  •  - A Haitian immigrant receives medical attention for a skin infection caused by mosquito bites in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil

    A Haitian immigrant receives medical attention for a skin infection caused by mosquito bites in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil

    Posted: 2/3/2012 1:58:54 PM EST
    A Haitian immigrant receives medical attention for a skin infection caused by mosquito bites in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil, February 3, 2012. Over 250 Haitian immigrants hoping to enter Brazil have been stuck in Inapari, a remote border town some 1,620 km (1,005 miles) southeast of Lima, after Brazil's government closed the border to them. Haitians are looking for opportunities in Brazil, which has enjoyed years of growing economic prosperity and attracted billions of dollars in foreign investment. Brazil recently agreed to grant work visas to thousands of poor Haitians escaping the quake-ravaged nation, but Brasilia is looking to stem illegal immigration. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: SOCIETY IMMIGRATION POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT HEALTH)
  •  - An Haitian immigrant receives medical attention for skin infection caused by mosquito bites in Inapari

    An Haitian immigrant receives medical attention for skin infection caused by mosquito bites in Inapari

    Posted: 2/3/2012 1:56:19 PM EST
    A Haitian immigrant receives medical attention for a skin infection caused by mosquito bites in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil, February 3, 2012. Over 250 Haitian immigrants hoping to enter Brazil have been stuck in Inapari, a remote border town some 1,620 km (1,005 miles) southeast of Lima, after Brazil's government closed the border to them. Haitians are looking for opportunities in Brazil, which has enjoyed years of growing economic prosperity and attracted billions of dollars in foreign investment. Brazil recently agreed to grant work visas to thousands of poor Haitians escaping the quake-ravaged nation, but Brasilia is looking to stem illegal immigration. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: SOCIETY IMMIGRATION POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT HEALTH)
  •  - A group of Haitian immigrants prepare food in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil

    A group of Haitian immigrants prepare food in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil

    Posted: 2/3/2012 1:52:47 PM EST
    A group of Haitian immigrants prepare food in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil, February 3, 2012. Over 250 Haitian immigrants hoping to enter Brazil have been stuck in Inapari, a remote border town some 1,620 km (1,005 miles) southeast of Lima, after Brazil's government closed the border to them. Haitians are looking for opportunities in Brazil, which has enjoyed years of growing economic prosperity and attracted billions of dollars in foreign investment. Brazil recently agreed to grant work visas to thousands of poor Haitians escaping the quake-ravaged nation, but Brasilia is looking to stem illegal immigration. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: SOCIETY IMMIGRATION POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
  •  - A Haitian immigrant takes a shower outside a house in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil

    A Haitian immigrant takes a shower outside a house in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil

    Posted: 2/3/2012 1:51:15 PM EST
    A Haitian immigrant takes a shower outside a house in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil, February 3, 2012. Over 250 Haitian immigrants hoping to enter Brazil have been stuck in Inapari, a remote border town some 1,620 km (1,005 miles) southeast of Lima, after Brazil's government closed the border to them. Haitians are looking for opportunities in Brazil, which has enjoyed years of growing economic prosperity and attracted billions of dollars in foreign investment. Brazil recently agreed to grant work visas to thousands of poor Haitians escaping the quake-ravaged nation, but Brasilia is looking to stem illegal immigration. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
  •  - Haitian immigrants rest inside a church used as a dorm in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil

    Haitian immigrants rest inside a church used as a dorm in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil

    Posted: 2/3/2012 1:46:28 PM EST
    Haitian immigrants rest inside a church used as a dorm in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil, February 3, 2012. Over 250 Haitian immigrants hoping to enter Brazil have been stuck in Inapari, a remote border town some 1,620 km (1,005 miles) southeast of Lima, after Brazil's government closed the border for them. Haitians are looking for opportunities in Brazil, which has enjoyed years of growing economic prosperity and attracted billions of dollars in foreign investment. Brazil recently agreed to grant work visas to thousands of poor Haitians escaping the quake-ravaged nation, but Brasilia is looking to stem illegal immigration. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: SOCIETY IMMIGRATION POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
  •  - Haitian immigrants have a shower outside a house in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil

    Haitian immigrants have a shower outside a house in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil

    Posted: 2/3/2012 1:45:07 PM EST
    Haitian immigrants have a shower outside a house in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil, February 3, 2012. Over 250 Haitian immigrants hoping to enter Brazil have been stuck in Inapari, a remote border town some 1,620 km (1,005 miles) southeast of Lima, after Brazil's government closed the border for them. Haitians are looking for opportunities in Brazil, which has enjoyed years of growing economic prosperity and attracted billions of dollars in foreign investment. Brazil recently agreed to grant work visas to thousands of poor Haitians escaping the quake-ravaged nation, but Brasilia is looking to stem illegal immigration. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: SOCIETY IMMIGRATION BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT POLITICS)
  •  - Haitian immigrants rest inside a church used as dorm in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil

    Haitian immigrants rest inside a church used as dorm in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil

    Posted: 2/3/2012 1:41:22 PM EST
    Haitian immigrants rest inside a church used as dorm in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil, February 3, 2012. Over 250 Haitian immigrants hoping to enter Brazil have been stuck in Inapari, a remote border town some 1,620 km (1,005 miles) southeast of Lima, after Brazil's government closed the border for them. Haitians are looking for opportunities in Brazil, which has enjoyed years of growing economic prosperity and attracted billions of dollars in foreign investment. Brazil recently agreed to grant work visas to thousands of poor Haitians escaping the quake-ravaged nation, but Brasilia is looking to stem illegal immigration. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: SOCIETY IMMIGRATION POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
  •  - Haitian immigrants play cards inside a church used as a dorm in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil

    Haitian immigrants play cards inside a church used as a dorm in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil

    Posted: 2/3/2012 1:21:10 PM EST
    Haitian immigrants play cards inside a church used as a dorm in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil, February 3, 2012. Over 250 Haitian immigrants hoping to enter Brazil have been stuck in Inapari, a remote border town some 1,620 km (1,005 miles) southeast of Lima, after Brazil's government closed the border for them. Haitians are looking for opportunities in Brazil, which has enjoyed years of growing economic prosperity and attracted billions of dollars in foreign investment. Brazil recently agreed to grant work visas to thousands of poor Haitians escaping the quake-ravaged nation, but Brasilia is looking to stem illegal immigration. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: SOCIETY IMMIGRATION POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
  •  - Haitian immigrants pose for a photo inside a church used as a dorm in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil

    Haitian immigrants pose for a photo inside a church used as a dorm in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil

    Posted: 2/3/2012 1:19:50 PM EST
    Haitian immigrants pose for a photo inside a church used as a dorm in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil, February 3, 2012. Over 250 Haitian immigrants hoping to enter Brazil have been stuck in Inapari, a remote border town some 1,620 km (1,005 miles) southeast of Lima, after Brazil's government closed the border for them. Haitians are looking for opportunities in Brazil, which has enjoyed years of growing economic prosperity and attracted billions of dollars in foreign investment. Brazil recently agreed to grant work visas to thousands of poor Haitians escaping the quake-ravaged nation, but Brasilia is looking to stem illegal immigration. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: SOCIETY IMMIGRATION BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT POLITICS)
  •  - A Haitian immigrant receives vaccination for yellow fever in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil

    A Haitian immigrant receives vaccination for yellow fever in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil

    Posted: 2/3/2012 1:18:28 PM EST
    A Haitian immigrant receives vaccination for yellow fever in Inapari, Peru's border with Brazil, February 3, 2012. Over 250 Haitian immigrants hoping to enter Brazil have been stuck in Inapari, a remote border town some 1,620 km (1,005 miles) southeast of Lima, after Brazil's government closed the border for them. Haitians are looking for opportunities in Brazil, which has enjoyed years of growing economic prosperity and attracted billions of dollars in foreign investment. Brazil recently agreed to grant work visas to thousands of poor Haitians escaping the quake-ravaged nation, but Brasilia is looking to stem illegal immigration. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo (PERU - Tags: SOCIETY IMMIGRATION POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT HEALTH)