By Claire O'Neill
NPR photographers David Gilkey and John Poole will be headed home from Haiti this weekend. Gilkey's most recent dispatch shows Haitians sifting through what remains of downtown Port-au-Prince -- and waiting in displacement camps for aid. Thousands have fled the city; the government plans to move thousands more from the devastated capital to camps in outlying areas. As the city sits in ruins, there's not much more to do but wait.
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'Digging, Searching, Waiting in Haiti'
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