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  • In Pictures Rescue teams to Haiti

    Rescuers in Port-au-Prince on Wednesday look under rubble and speak to a trapped survivor at the site of a four-story building collapse caused by the 7.0-magnitude earthquake that struck Haiti on Tuesday.

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  • In Haiti, signs that foreign aid flow is strengthening

    As Haiti earthquake relief efforts continued, President Barack Obama joined with predecessors George W. Bush and Bill Clinton to appeal for donations and sent Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton to the Caribbean nation.

  • In Pictures Rescue teams to Haiti

    Rescuers in Port-au-Prince on Wednesday look under rubble and speak to a trapped survivor at the site of a four-story building collapse caused by the 7.0-magnitude earthquake that struck Haiti on Tuesday.

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    United States Agency for International Development (USAID) search and rescue officials and K-9 Units depart from Fairfax, Va., for Haiti on Wednesday. A 7.0-magnitude earthquake hit Haiti on Tuesday and International Red Cross spokesman Paul Conneally said an estimated 3 million people may have been affected by the quake and that it would take a day or two for a clear picture of the scope of the destruction to emerge.

  • In Pictures Haiti earthquake

    Residents rest on the street after an earthquake in Port-au-Prince on Tuesday. A powerful 7.0 magnitude earthquake caused major damage to Haiti when it hit off the coast of the Caribbean nation.

  • Haiti earthquake: With aid groups already there, relief efforts ramp up quickly

    Haiti earthquake: With aid groups already there, relief efforts ramp up quickly

    The International Red Cross estimates as many as three million people may have been left homeless by Tuesday's earthquake in Haiti. With daylight, a clearer assessment of the scale the challenge ahead.