HAITI_STREETSTYLISTS09 - Washington Times
Skip to content

A client looks at herself on a mirror after having her hair combed at a street stall in downtown Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Before Haiti's devastating January 2010 earthquake dozens of independent hair stylists braided and colored hair in the capital's Iron Market, the commercial hub of downtown Port-au-Prince. The earthquake damaged the landmark Iron Market and the hairstylists moved their activities to the streets, where they resumed their businesses not long after the disaster. (AP Photo/Dieu Nalio Chery)
Photo by: Dieu Nalio Chery
A client looks at herself on a mirror after having her hair combed at a street stall in downtown Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Before Haiti's devastating January 2010 earthquake dozens of independent hair stylists braided and colored hair in the capital's Iron Market, the commercial hub of downtown Port-au-Prince. The earthquake damaged the landmark Iron Market and the hairstylists moved their activities to the streets, where they resumed their businesses not long after the disaster. (AP Photo/Dieu Nalio Chery)

Featured Photo Galleries

Mahan 3.jpg

Say hello, Assad: See the Navy warships off the coast of Syria

The Navy has sent four warships — USS Ramage, USS Mahan, USS Gravely and USS Barry — armed with ballistic missiles into the eastern Mediterranean Sea amid violence in Syria. Navy ships are capable of a variety of military actions, including launching Tomahawk cruise missiles as they did against Libya in 2011.