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Paperwork hinders private airlifts of ill Haitian children

By New York Times
February 9, 2010

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PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti - Private medical evacuations of critically injured Haitian children to the United States for treatment have largely stopped because aid workers, doctors, and government officials are worried about being accused of kidnapping if they transport the patients without first getting paperwork that is slow to arrive or is unavailable. (Full article: 192 words)

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