Nine days after the earthquake in Haiti, part of the Port-au-Prince harbor has reopened, and the U.S. military is now using a second airport in the Dominican Republic to deliver more aid.
But relief workers say that help is slow getting to those who need it, and people are still dying from untreated injuries. Meanwhile, scattered looting continues in the capital.
Dozens of countries are contributing to the relief effort — both with funding and manpower. China’s rescue mission is using life detectors and snake-eye cameras to find survivors in the rubble.
According to China Central Television, the Chinese team has found 15 bodies in 23 collapsed buildings. They have also found an additional 12 bodies while working with other international teams. CCTV has more:
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