On Friday’s special edition of Worldfocus, we look at multiple aspects of the Haiti earthquake’s aftermath.
The images from Haiti are difficult to watch, especially for Haitians living abroad who are left to wonder about the fate of relatives and friends back home.
After the earthquake, life has become a struggle for many of those who survived the disaster.
Sebastian Walker of Al Jazeera English has more from Port-au-Prince:
And, while most of the attention is focused on getting help into the Port-au-Prince area, there is another part of the equation. Some of the injured are making their way across Hispaniola to the Dominican Republic.
Rob Reynolds of Al Jazeera English has more:
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For more Worldfocus coverage of Haiti, visit our extended coverage page: Haiti’s Poor.
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