Haiti's heavy spring rains are getting closer, but as Ray Suarez reports, millions of earthquake survivors are still living in Port-au-Prince under rigged up tarps and bedsheets.
Ray Suarez reports on how Haitian and international medical teams are wrestling over whether to discharge earthquake victims who have been treated, but don't have homes where they could continue their recovery.
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.
Kwame Holman updates the situation in Haiti, where aid workers continue to struggle to reach quake survivors in urgent need.
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.
Relief efforts were ramped up today in Haiti with the arrival of the U.S. Navy hospital ship "Comfort," which is equipped with 550 medical staff. Margaret Warner speaks with NPR reporter Jason Beaubien for the latest on the relief efforts…
Jon Snow of Independent Television News looks at the ongoing relief efforts in Port-au-Prince and the suffering endured by thousands of victims fighting to survive.
A powerful 6.0 aftershock rippled through Haiti as victims continue to be rescued and aid workers struggle to aid survivors of last week's earthquake.
U.N. Undersecretary-General Alain Le Roy discusses the 9,000-person U.N. force in Haiti, which is being led by Brazilian soldiers.
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