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Port-Au-Prince Journal: It's The Living Who Haunt

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Haiti's Government To Relocate Homeless To Camps

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Life In Haiti Is Arduous, Relief Effort Expands Reach

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Large Food Handout Under Way In Haiti

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Aftershock Provokes More Panic, Looting In Haiti

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Haitians Flee Port-Au-Prince's Destruction

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U.S. Military Begins Massive Haiti Aid Push

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Robenson Bernard cries at a hospital in downtown Port-au-Prince on Monday. Bedridden since November, none of the family members that used to take care of him have come since the quake. David Gilkey/NPR hide caption

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Quake Adds Injury To Already Hospitalized Haitians

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U.S. Marines Arrive In Haiti

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Haitians Turn To Mass For Comfort

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Haitian Woman: 'All I Have Now' Is A Dress, Grain Bag

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Sarla Chand, 65, of New Jersey, is rescued Thursday by teams from Spain, France, and the Urban Search and Rescue unit from Virginia after being trapped inside the destroyed Hotel Montana in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Chand, who was in very good condition, had been trapped inside the building since its collapse after the earthquake struck Haiti Tuesday afternoon. David Gilkey/NPR hide caption

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Saving Lives At A Shattered Haitian Hotel

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U.S. Soccer Star's Turn In Mexican Ad Prompts Uproar

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Mexico's Drug War Brings More Carnage To Border

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