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Chinese aid team contributes to Haiti disaster relief effort

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Chinese aid team contributes to Haiti disaster relief effort

Dozens of countries are contributing to the relief effort in Haiti. China's mission is using life detectors and snake-eye cameras to find survivors. According to China Central TV, the Chinese team has found 15 bodies in 23 collapsed buildings.

Posted: January 21, 2010 15:07   Comments: 5
Worldfocus Radio: Haiti and DR — Unequal Neighbors

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Worldfocus Radio: Haiti and DR — Unequal Neighbors

Martin Savidge hosts Marselha Gonçalves Margerin of the Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice & Human Rights and Michele Wucker of the World Policy Institute to discuss these unequal neighbors. From racism and hate crimes to migration and increased trading, they examine the relations between Haiti and the Dominican Republic and the role of the U.S.

Posted: January 20, 2010 20:30   Comments: 25
Aftershock hits Haiti a week after massive earthquake

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Aftershock hits Haiti a week after massive earthquake

An aftershock hit Haiti as the country tries to recover from last week's 7.0 magnitude earthquake. Wednesday's aftershock registered a 5.9 magnitude, with an epicenter about 35 miles (60 kilometers) west-southwest of Port-au-Prince. Reports and blogs are coming from around the world on the crisis in Haiti and the global impact.

Posted: January 20, 2010 16:28   Comments: 3
Haitian government struggles to restore political control

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Haitian government struggles to restore political control

For more on the relief effort in Haiti, Martin Savidge interviews Tom Arnold, chief executive of Concern Worldwide and Concern Worldwide in the U.S. Arnold was in Haiti earlier this week. And Zeina Khodr of Al Jazeera English has more on the devastated Haitian government's recovery.

Posted: January 20, 2010 15:51   Comments: 0
A moment of relative calm in Haiti as aid slowly arrives

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A moment of relative calm in Haiti as aid slowly arrives

Pablo Ruiz of UNDP speaks about the relief effort, security situation and short-term job creation. And, Al Jazeera English's Mike Kirsch reports from Port-au-Prince on the frustration as aid is only slowly getting through.

Posted: January 19, 2010 17:40   Comments: 1
Aid workers in Haiti struggle to safeguard public health

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Aid workers in Haiti struggle to safeguard public health

Worldfocus spoke to Margaret Aguirre of the International Medical Corps, who is on the ground in Haiti, about the organization's work there. Aid workers are struggling to provide healthcare and safeguard against crippling disease as the aftermath of the disaster drags into its second week.

Posted: January 19, 2010 16:56   Comments: 6
Relief spreads to damaged areas beyond Haiti’s capital

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Relief spreads to damaged areas beyond Haiti’s capital

Ben Malor, an associate spokesman for the United Nations Secretary-General, visited the earthquake zone yesterday. He and Martin Savidge discuss the looting, violence, aid distribution and what the situation is like outside the capital.

Posted: January 18, 2010 16:06   Comments: 1
Haiti situation devolves into disaster of ‘epic proportions’

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Haiti situation devolves into disaster of ‘epic proportions’

In Haiti, the highest-ranking U.S. general on the ground, Lt. Gen. Ken Keen, described the destruction as being of "epic proportions." Bill Clinton, U.N. Special Envoy for Haiti, arrived in the capital to help with the relief effort, as local authorities struggled to maintain control. Worldfocus speaks with Dominic MacSorley, who in Port-au-Prince with Concern Worldwide.

Posted: January 18, 2010 16:05   Comments: 2
Week in Review: Haiti

Week in Review

Week in Review: Haiti

This week, our Friday roundtable focuses on Haiti. We look not just at the present struggle but also at the future of the beleaguered country that has experienced so much hardship for so long. Daljit Dhaliwal discusses the events in Haiti with Nicholas Kristof, Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist at the New York Times and Garrick Utley, president of the Levin Institute.

Posted: January 15, 2010 18:22   Comments: 5
Social media amplify American response to Haiti’s tragedy

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Social media amplify American response to Haiti’s tragedy

In the immediate aftermath of the Haitian earthquake, Twitter and other social media sites provided the means for some of the first information about the situation on the ground. Professor Sree Sreenivasan of the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism and contributing editor at dnainfo.com discusses the impact of new media with Daljit Dhaliwal.

Posted: January 15, 2010 18:18   Comments: 4
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