Could Moroccan city’s example help Haiti rebuild?

CasinoMirageHalf a century ago, the Moroccan fishing port of Agadir was virtually destroyed by an earthquake that left 15,000 of its residents dead. With the slate literally wiped clean, the city successfully reinvented itself as a European-style resort, complete with two of Morocco’s five legal casinos. Could a similar ‘rock the casbah’ resurrection help bring earthquake-ravaged Haiti back to life? Read more.