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Chile's Buckling Part Of Earthquake Belt

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15 minutes outside of Port-au-Prince, along the shoulder of National Road 2, a sign from the Department of Tourism instructs people not to throw garbage. But this site has now become a makeshift dump, where rubble from the Jan. 12 earthquake is piled as far as the eye can see. Richard Harris/NPR hide caption

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Chile's Powerful Quake Sets Off Tsunami In Pacific

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Alejandro Rei's biological grandfather, Ruben, holds a photo of his daughter, Liliana. Operatives of Argentina's military dictatorship kidnapped her in July 1977 and she gave birth to Alejandro while in custody. Silvina Frydlewsky for NPR hide caption

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Kevin, 13, and Fito, 14, are both from Honduras. They hope to find work in the U.S. Click the image to watch the trailer for Which Way Home. Rebecca Cammisa hide caption

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Kids Hop Trains To Border In 'Which Way Home'

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