The scene in Port-au-Prince worsened with casualty estimates climbing and survivors begging for relief. Independent Television News reports on the staggering human toll of the 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.
Up to 50,000 Americans live in Haiti, and six are now confirmed dead with many more missing. Bill Neely of ITN has more on how U.S. citizens have been affected.
A look at some of the sights and sounds of the massive earthquake that pummeled Haiti Tuesday and victims' desperate efforts to survive.
The death toll in Haiti is on the rise, with some 50,000 people feared dead and three million more injured or homeless. Judy Woodruff talks to Helene Gayle of Care USA about the humanitarian effort underway.
Judy Woodruff gets on-the-ground reports from Tony Winton, a broadcast reporter for the Associated Press, and Bob Poff, divisional director of disaster services for the Salvation Army.
Hari Sreenivasan gets a report from Matthew Marek, head of programs for the Red Cross in Haiti, about the problems aid organizations are having providing relief to the earthquake victims.
Gwen Ifill speaks with two guests about the logistical challenges of getting medical care and other aid to quake victims in Haiti.
Hari Sreenivasan speaks with journalist Ansel Herz who has lived in Haiti for the past four months and was on the scene of the disaster in Port-au-Prince.
One day after a devastating 7.0 earthquake struck Haiti, the impoverished nation struggled to rescue the injured and aid the displaced. Judy Woodruff recaps the aftermath and ongoing rescue efforts.
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