Ray Suarez reports on the still-recovering Haitian capital of Port-au-Prince, where some one million people still remain homeless.
President Michelle Bachelet appealed to citizens of her country to remain calm, as the relief effort continues along Chile's coast after Saturday's massive earthquake. Margaret Warner reports.
Ray Suarez talks to the United Nations' deputy special envoy to Haiti about the obstacles facing aid workers in Port-au-Prince, where thousands require urgent care.
Haitian officials reported that some 200,000 people have fled Port-au-Prince as the government considers building new tent cities outside the capital. Margaret Warner speaks with Jay Newton Small of TIME magazine.
Ray Suarez reports from a hospital organized by the Pan American Health Organization in the Dominican Republic, where many Haitians are seeking refuge after last week's earthquake leveled Port-au-Prince.
Aid workers' ranks are swiftly growing in Haiti, where 12,000 U.S. forces are now stationed off the country's coast and on the ground. But the scene in Port-au-Prince continues to deteriorate as people fight off hunger and disease.
Margaret Warner talks to Martin Smith of Frontline about Haiti's economic forecast after last week's massive earthquake.
Jim Lehrer speaks with United Nations Undersecretary-General John Holmes, who is in charge of humanitarian affairs, about the U.N. plan to help Haiti recover from the earthquake.
Gwen Ifill speaks with two guests about the logistical challenges of getting medical care and other aid to quake victims in Haiti.
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