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As Syrian Rebels Receive Endorsement, Will They Also Get Military Assistance?…
The U.S. and more than 100 other countries formally recognized a new coalition of Syrian rebel groups known as the Syrian National Council. Meanwhile, rebels launched more attacks around the capital city Damascus and elsewhere. Gwen Ifill reports.
As part of his latest series of reports from Haiti, Ray Suarez details the road ahead for citizens who lost limbs after the country's devastating earthquake in January.
The United Nations Security Council convened for an emergency session, following the Israeli raid on a flotilla attempting to break its blockade of the Gaza Strip. Gwen Ifill gets reaction from Adam Shapiro, a board member of the Free Gaza…
With hundreds of thousands of Haitians still displaced by the earthquake, the nation is urgently seeking aid from the international community. Judy Woodruff talks to United Nations Ambassador Susan Rice about the donors conference aimed at underwriting much of the…
Haiti is asking the international community for $3.8 billion in aid to rebuild its torn infrastructure. Judy Woodruff reports on the international donor conference in New York and the U.S.'s pledge of $1.1 billion over the next two years.
President Barack Obama committed continued relief aid to Haiti in a meeting Wednesday with Haitian President Rene Preval, even as the U.S. begins to withdraw troops. Ray Suarez reports on the challenges facing Haiti's government.
As aftershocks continue to strike Chile after Saturday's, Judy Woodruff talks to a crisis expert and a quake researcher about how the damage from this powerful quake differs from a less severe one that killed hundreds of thousands in Haiti.
On the second day after the devastating earthquake in Haiti, planes began to arrive with aid while Haitians continued to search through the rubble of buildings for survivors.
Just as Haiti was beginning to turn the economic corner, disaster struck. Judy Woodruff examines how the timing of the earthquake is especially catastrophic considering the country's slow recovery from its rocky past.
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