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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.
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.
The death toll in coastal Chile rose to nearly 800 in the wake of Saturday's massive earthquake and aftershocks. Margaret Warner reports on relief efforts by countries in the region and beyond.
More than 700 people are dead after one of the most powerful earthquakes in more than a century hit Chile on Saturday. Since then, troops and police have cracked down on curfew violations in an effort to stop violence and…
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.
Nearly 600,000 people are still without shelter as the rains begin to fall in Port-au-Prince. Ray Suarez speaks to Under-Secretary General John Holmes of the United Nations about Haiti's long journey of rebuilding ahead and the state of the relief…
Spencer Michels reports on efforts in San Francisco to design and build heavy-duty, low-cost wheelchairs for use in the rough terrain of Haiti and around the third world.
Nearly a month after the earthquake in Haiti, the government in Port-au-Prince remains tattered. Ray Suarez takes a closer look at the state of Haiti's government and what it means for rebuilding efforts.
With conditions on the ground ripe for a disease outbreak, aid groups in Haiti have launched a campaign to vaccinate more than 100,000 people against measles, diphtheria and tetanus. Emma Murphy of ITN reports.
Michele Voltaire Marcelin, an artist, poet, spoken word performer and teacher, was born in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Since the earthquake struck that country last month, she has been struggling to make sense of the destruction.
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