Two trucks crashed on a road toward Saint-Marc in Haiti. One truck was carrying Coke bottles, the other was full of people. The head-on collision knocked the bed off the back of one truck, killing several and injuring many more. Christopher Joyce/NPR hide caption

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Sick cholera victims and families wait at St. Nicolas Hospital in Saint-Marc, north of Port-au-Prince. Saint-Marc residents burned down nearby tents Wednesday that were supposed to relieve pressure on the hospital. Thony Belizaire/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Cholera victims in Haiti receive treatment at the St. Nicholas hospital in Saint Marc, Haiti. Dieu Nalio Chery/AP hide caption

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Scientists hope a soy-based, curry-flavored snack food will appeal to malnourished Indian kids. Courtesy of Dr. Soo-Yeun Lee hide caption

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Jorge Galleguillos, the 11th miner rescued from the San Jose mine, is carried away on a stretcher after being trapped underground with 32 other miners. Hugo Infante/Government of Chile/AP hide caption

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On April 29, 1975, as Saigon was falling to Communist North Vietnamese forces, a small U.S. Navy destroyer escort ship, the USS Kirk, played a dramatic but almost forgotten role in rescuing up to 30,000 South Vietnamese. Here, a member of the USS Kirk's crew tends to a Vietnamese baby. Hugh Doyle hide caption

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