Amid the horror and the nightmare that is Haiti, two stories to warm the heart.
A 22-day-old baby, Elisabeth Josaint, is rescued alive and well after eight days in the rubble. A baby, alone without food and water, without the comfort of other human bodies around her. For eight whole days. The people of Jacmel say she's a miracle.
I'm inclined to agree.
And this mother, a week with barely a morsel to eat nor a drop to drink, starts her labour in the devastated streets, but collapses before she can get to the hospital. A BBC reporting team drive her there, and after an emergency operation, a healthy baby boy is born: a new life.
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