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The United Nations announced a goal to raise $460 million for Pakistani flood victims. More than 300,000 homes have been destroyed and 14 million people have been affected by the three-week-old disaster. Gwen Ifill speaks with John Holmes, U.N. under-secretary…
The Supreme Court issued a decision Monday that a federal law barring aid to terrorist groups does not violate free speech. Jeffrey Brown talks to Marcia Coyle of the National Law Journal about the court's 6-3 ruling to uphold the…
Haiti's leaders are turning toward rebuilding its shattered government as earthquake recovery continues. Ray Suarez reports.
Two weeks into the recovery effort in Haiti, thousands of survivors are still struggling to simply exist. Ray Suarez speaks with Margaret Warner from Haiti about the uneven relief effort.
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.
One week after the devastating earthquake that rocked Haiti, Gwen Ifill speaks with Jon Andrus of the Pan American Health Organization about which aspects of the international response have worked and which have failed.
More much-needed aid arrived in Haiti on Tuesday, but aid organizations reported security has increasingly become a serious obstacle to distribution. ITN's Jon Snow reports.
In an interview with Jeffrey Brown, U.S. Ambassador to Haiti Kenneth Merten discusses the pace of the relief effort in earthquake-ravaged Haiti, security concerns in the capital, and complaints about U.S. management at the Port-au-Prince airport.
While 7,000 U.S. forces were scheduled to be in Haiti by the end of Monday, the U.N. is seeking to send additional peacekeepers to help break bottlenecks choking the aid effort. Jon Snow of ITN reports.
The arrival of fresh aid was a welcome sight in Haiti on Monday, but aid workers struggled to get food, water, and medical supplies to survivors of last week's earthquake. Bill Neely of Independent Television News reports on one woman's…
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