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After Haiti's earthquake (1-14-10)

A Wednesday, Jan. 13, 2010 aerial photo provided by The American Red Cross shows Haiti's capital Port-au-Prince during a joint Red Cross Red Crescent/ECHO (European Community Humanitarian Organization) aerial assessment mission. The damage from Tuesday's devestating earthquake is clearly visible. (AP Photo/American Red Cross) MANDATORY CREDIT

A Wednesday, Jan. 13, 2010 aerial photo provided by The American Red Cross shows Haiti's capital Port-au-Prince during a joint Red Cross Red Crescent/ECHO (European Community Humanitarian Organization) aerial assessment mission. The damage from Tuesday's devestating earthquake is clearly visible. (AP Photo/American Red Cross) MANDATORY CREDIT

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  • Survivors walk past a church destroyed in Tuesday's earthquake in Haiti's Capitol, Port-au-Prince Wednesday, Jan. 13, 2010. A falling down church in Port au Prince. (AP Photo/The Miami Herald, Patrick Farrell)       NO SALES, NO MAGAZINES, NO TV
  • President Barack Obama, accompanied by Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, makes a statement about the earthquake in Haiti, Thursday, Jan. 14, 2010, at the White House in Washington. (AP Photo/Charles Dharapak)
  • Members of New York Task Force 1, an urban search and rescue unit, check over their gear before leaving for Haiti in New York, Thursday Jan. 14, 2010. The FEMA based unit unit made up of police officers and firefighters; 80 members of the group are leaving today to help in the rescue and recovery operations in Haiti.  (AP Photo/Seth Wenig)
  • The search and rescue team with the Los Angeles Fire Department arrives at the airport in Port-au-Prince, Thursday, Jan. 14, 2010. A 7.0-magnitude earthquake struck Haiti Tuesday. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky)
  • A Wednesday, Jan. 13, 2010 aerial photo provided by The American Red Cross shows Haiti's capital Port-au-Prince during a joint Red Cross Red Crescent/ECHO (European Community Humanitarian Organization) aerial assessment mission. The damage from Tuesday's devestating earthquake is clearly visible. (AP Photo/American Red Cross) MANDATORY CREDIT
  • Shirl Charles, right, talks to reporters as she arrives at the Miami International Airport in Miami, Tuesday, Jan. 12, 2010. Charles was at the airport in Port-au-Prince waiting to board the plane to Miami when the 7.0 magnitude earthquake shook the island. The earthquake is the largest ever recorded in the area. (AP Photo/Alan Diaz)
  • In this Wednesday, Jan. 13, 2010 photo, the Presidential Palace is seen in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Desperately needed aid from around the world began arriving in quake-stunned Haiti on Thursday, while rescuers struggled frantically to save the trapped and injured, turning pickup trucks into ambulances and doors into stretchers. (AP Photo/The Miami Herald, Patrick Farrell) ** MAGS OUT; TV OUT; NO SALES **
  • David Finsaas uses a fork lift to load supplies that are being flown to Haiti as part of the relief effort at the World Vision warehouse in Denver, on Jan.14, 2010. World Vision, a Christian humanitarian agency, is shipping nearly 20 tons of tents, blankets, cooking utensils and other survival equipment to Haiti from its Denver warehouse. (AP Photo/Ed Andrieski)
  • Police Officer Anthony Jacobs of an NYPD K-9 unit checks over his gear before leaving for Haiti in New York, Jan. 14, 2010.  Jacobs is part of a FEMA based urban search and rescue unit made up of police officers and firefighters; 80 members of the group are leaving today to help in the rescue and recovery operations in Haiti.  (AP Photo/Seth Wenig)
  • Members of New York Task Force 1, an urban search and rescue unit, secure gear to trucks before leaving for Haiti in New York, Jan. 14, 2010. The FEMA based unit unit made up of police officers and firefighters; 80 members of the group are leaving Thursday to help in the rescue and recovery operations in Haiti.  Besides personnel, they will also be bringing a number of vehicles, loaded with supplies such as medical gear, power tools, tents and water purifiers.  (AP Photo/Seth Wenig)
  • A Wednesday, Jan. 13, 2010 aerial photo provided by The American Red Cross shows the flattened cathedral in Haiti's capital Port-au-Prince, seen  during a joint Red Cross Red Crescent/ECHO (European Community Humanitarian Organization) aerial assessment mission. The damage from Tuesday's devestating earthquake is clearly visible. (AP Photo/American Red Cross) MANDATORY CREDIT
  • A Wednesday, Jan. 13, 2010 aerial photo provided by The American Red Cross shows Haiti's capital Port-au-Prince during a joint Red Cross Red Crescent/ECHO (European Community Humanitarian Organization) aerial assessment mission. The damage from Tuesday's devestating earthquake is clearly visible. (AP Photo/American Red Cross) MANDATORY CREDIT
  • A Wednesday, Jan. 13, 2010 aerial photo made during a joint Red Cross Red Crescent/ECHO (European Community Humanitarian Organization) aerial assessment mission and provided by The American Red Cross shows survivors gathered in Haiti's capital Port-au-Prince after Tuesday's devestating earthquake.  (AP Photo/American Red Cross) MANDATORY CREDIT
  • A Wednesday, Jan. 13, 2010 aerial photo provided by The American Red Cross shows collapsed buildings following Tuesday's earthquake, in Haiti's capital Port-au-Prince during a joint Red Cross Red Crescent/ECHO (European Community Humanitarian Organization) aerial assessment mission.  (AP Photo/American Red Cross) MANDATORY CREDIT
  • **  CORRECTS DATE  ** The arm of a deceased victim is seen amidst the rubble of the St. Gerard Churchl in Port-au-Prince, late Thursday, Jan. 14, 2010. Several students and teachers died when the building collapsed during the earthquake that hit Haiti on Tuesday. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)
  • Destruction grips Haiti and the Capital Port au Prince Thursday January 14, 2010, the day after an earthquake rattled the country. Three year-old Jean Claude Tracy wears bandages to protect his wounds from the devastating earthquake on Tuesday.  (AP Photo/The Miami Herald, Patrick Farrell)       NO SALES, NO MAGAZINES, NO TV
  • Survivors walk past a church destroyed in Tuesday's earthquake in Haiti's Capitol, Port-au-Prince Wednesday, Jan. 13, 2010. A falling down church in Port au Prince. (AP Photo/The Miami Herald, Patrick Farrell)       NO SALES, NO MAGAZINES, NO TV
  • People look through the collapsed rubble of St. Gerard Church and School as they talk to a teacher trapped underneath in Port-au-Prince,  Thursday, Jan. 14, 2010. Several students and teachers died when the building collapsed after a 7.0-magnitude earthquake hit Haiti on Tuesday. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)
  • An Italian military C-130J loaded with first-aid kits and medical supplies for relief in earthquake ravaged Haiti, waits to take off in Pisa's military airport, central Italy, Thursday Jan. 14, 2010. (AP Photo/Paolo Lazzeroni)
  • A woman walks among debris in Port-au-Prince, Thursday, Jan. 14, 2010. A 7.0-magnitude earthquake struck Haiti Tuesday. (AP Photo/Gregory Bull)
  • Brazilian firefighters depart for Haiti from an air base in Rio de Janeiro, Thursday, Jan. 14, 2010.  Worldwide relief efforts are underway to help Haiti in the aftermath of the 7.0-magnitude earthquake that hit Tuesday. (AP Photo/Felipe Dana)
  • In this photo released by the United Nations, homes affected by an earthquake lay in ruins in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Wednesday, Jan. 13, 2010.  A 7.0-magnitude earthquake struck Haiti Tuesday. (AP Photo/United Nations, Logan Abassi)
  • In this Wednesday, Jan. 13, 2010 photo, feet are seen of earthquake victims in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Desperately needed aid from around the world began arriving in quake-stunned Haiti on Thursday, while rescuers struggled frantically to save the trapped and injured, turning pickup trucks into ambulances and doors into stretchers. (AP Photo/The Miami Herald, Patrick Farrell) ** MAGS OUT; TV OUT; NO SALES **
  • Nikki Springer, 28, is consoled by family friend Tim Winters, both of DeRuyter, following a prayer vigil, Wednesday, Jan. 13, 2010, at the United Church of DeRuyter in DeRuyter, N.Y. Springer's mother, Linda, is among a trio of missionaries who arrived in Haiti just hours before Tuesday's massive earthquake. No one has heard whether they are safe. 'I know in my heart and in my bones that she is ok,' Springer told the congregation. (AP Photo/The Post-Standard, Lauren Long) MAGS OUT. TV OUT. ARCHIVE OUT.
  • An employee of French NGO 'Doctors Without Borders' looks on as he prepares parcels of medicine boxes at the NGO's warehouse in Merignac, near Bordeaux, southwestern France, Thursday Jan. 14, 2010. Doctors Without Borders is to charter a plane  to send aid to earthquake hit  Haiti later Thursday, With rescuers and relief goods starting to pour into Haiti from around the world, aid groups warn of the challenge of getting through to those in need as the capital's airport strains handle incoming flights, the main shipping port remains closed due to underwater debris, and the roads are clogged with the homeless and hungry. (AP Photo/Bob Edme)
  • Luna Charles cries as she attends a vigil in Brooklyn borough of  New York, Wednesday, Jan. 13, 2010. Charles, who has not been able to reach her family in Haiti following a 7.0-magnitude quake, said, 'I hope people will extend a hand.  Haiti needs us more than ever.' (AP Photos/Bebeto Matthews)
  • A Wednesday, Jan. 13, 2010 aerial photo provided by The American Red Cross shows survivors gathered around bodies in Haiti's capital Port-au-Prince during a joint Red Cross Red Crescent/ECHO (European Community Humanitarian Organization) aerial assessment mission following Tuesday's devastating earthquake. (AP Photo/ECHO, American Red Cross) MANDATORY CREDIT
  • Military personnel prepare to load supplies on a CC-177 Globemaster on the tarmac at CFB Trenton, for a Disaster Assistance Response Team ( DART) humanitarian mission to earthquake ravaged Haiti on Wednesday, Jan. 13, 2010.  (AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Darren Calabrese)
  • Devin Trone, foreground, of  the Los Angeles County Fire Department's Task Force 2 Search and Rescue team, checks his equipment before leaving for Haiti to help in that country's devastating earthquake at the March Air Reserve Base in Moreno Valley, Calif., on Wednesday, Jan. 13, 2010. (AP Photo/Francis Specker)
  • In this photo released by China's Xinhua News Agency, members of a Chinese rescue team with sniffer dogs are ready to board a plane leaving for quake-hit Haiti, at the Capital International Airport in Beijing Wednesday, Jan. 13, 2010. (AP Photo/Xinhua, Xing Guangli) ** NO SALES **
  • Military personnel prepare to load supplies on a CC-177 Globemaster on the tarmac at CFB Trenton for a Disaster Assistance Response Team ( DART) humanitarian mission to earthquake ravaged Haiti on Wednesday, Jan. 13, 2010.  (AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Darren Calabrese)
  • Members of  the Los Angeles County Fire Department's Task Force 2 Search and Rescue team haul their boxes of equipment for their trip  Haiti to help in that country's devastating earthquake at the March Air Reserve Base in Moreno Valley, Calif., on Wednesday, Jan. 13, 2010. (AP Photo/Francis Specker)
  • District Superintendent Renee McCleary leads the congregation in a prayer service at Trinity United Methodist Church in Hackettstown, N.J., Wednesday, Jan. 13, 2010, for victims of the earthquake in Haiti.The church has a 15 member team led by its pastor, Frank Fowler who were distributing personal care kits to hospitals, orphanages, clinics and schools when the quake hit. All members are all reported safe. (AP Photo/Rich Schultz)
  • Two parishioners hold hands during a prayer service at Trinity United Methodist Church in Hackettstown, N.J., Wednesday, Jan. 13, 2010, for victims of the earthquake in Haiti. The church has a 15 member team led by its pastor, Frank Fowler who were distributing personal care kits to hospitals, orphanages, clinics and schools when the quake hit. All members are all reported safe. (AP Photo/Rich Schultz)
  • Natacha Alexandre, a Boston resident born in Haiti, listens, Wednesday, Jan. 13, 2010, during meeting at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross in Boston's South End neighborhood held to update family members and spread information about relief efforts in the wake of the earthquake that hit Haiti. Alexandre said her mother is missing in Haiti and that she has had no communication with her since the quake. (AP Photo/Steven Senne)

Here are photographs provided by the Associated Press about the earthquake in Haiti in January 2010.

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