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  • In Pictures Rebuilding after an earthquake

    Workers remove rubble from a destroyed school in Port-au-Prince on March 9, so that it may be replaced. A 7.3-magnitude quake, which struck Haiti on January 12, left more 222,000 people dead and 1.2 million people homeless.

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  • In Pictures Rebuilding after an earthquake

    Workers remove rubble from a destroyed school in Port-au-Prince on March 9, so that it may be replaced. A 7.3-magnitude quake, which struck Haiti on January 12, left more 222,000 people dead and 1.2 million people homeless.

  • Photos of the Day Photos of the Day 03/11

    Chile's President Sebastian Pinera carries his granddaughter Esperanza after his inauguration in Vina del Mar, Chile, on March 11. During the President's inauguration, a series of strong aftershocks from last month's 8.8-magnitude earthquake rocked Chile. Pinera immediately urged coastal residents to move to higher ground in case of a tsunami.

  • In Pictures Chile aftershock

    Presidents, Evo Morales of Bolivia (l.), Fernando Lugo of Paraguay (c.) and Alvaro Uribe of Colombia (r.), react with other guests to a strong 7.2-magnitude aftershock that shook the region a few minutes before the inauguration of Chile's president-elect Sebastian Pinera at the Congress in Valparaiso March 11. Conservative billionaire Pinera takes office as Chile's new president on Thursday, tasked with rebuilding the country after one of the worst earthquakes ever recorded killed hundreds of people less than two weeks ago.

  • Chile earthquake: The morning after

    Chile earthquake: The morning after

    Powerful aftershocks from Saturday's 8.8 Chile earthquake continue to rock the country, but the capital, Santiago, is calm as people cautiously begin to move on with their lives.

  • In Pictures More images of Chile's earthquake

    A car, destroyed by falling rubble, is seen in Dichato, Chile on Thursday.