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In this photo taken July 5, 2010, in Chicago, Bazelais Suy waits for his flight at O'Hare International Airport to return to his native Haiti. Suy is a Haitian student activist whose spine was crushed when a university building collapsed in Haiti's catastrophic earthquake last January. He was airlifted to Chicago for six months of intensive rehabilitation and recently returned to Haiti with hopes of helping rebuild the country. (AP Photo/M. Spencer Green)
Photo by: M. Spencer Green
In this photo taken July 5, 2010, in Chicago, Bazelais Suy waits for his flight at O'Hare International Airport to return to his native Haiti. Suy is a Haitian student activist whose spine was crushed when a university building collapsed in Haiti's catastrophic earthquake last January. He was airlifted to Chicago for six months of intensive rehabilitation and recently returned to Haiti with hopes of helping rebuild the country. (AP Photo/M. Spencer Green)

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