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.
Ray Suarez talks with Haitian President Rene Preval about the recovery the country still faces, six months after a devastating earthquake.
Ray Suarez reports on the still-recovering Haitian capital of Port-au-Prince, where some one million people still remain homeless.
Margaret Warner talks with Ray Suarez, who has returned to Haiti six months after a devastating earthquake.
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…
Nearly three months after the devastating earthquake in Haiti, small businesses are springing up within the tent communities housing displaced people. Adam Davidson of NPR'S "Planet Money" reports on the entrepreneurs who are kick-starting the local economy.
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.
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…
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.
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