HAVANA (AFP) - The Cuban military searched for survivors Sunday after at least 38 Haitian migrants died as a boat in which they fled their country started taking in water and got stranded at sea.  The gruesome discovery was made Saturday when the Cuban Coast Guard found the half-sunken boat about 100 meters (yards) off Point Maisi on the eastern shore of the communist-ruled island, the Cuban government said.  A statement from the Cuban Civil Defense agency read on state television said the dead included 21 men and 17 women.  Another 87 people were rescued and moved to an international migrants' camp at Point Maisi.