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Haiti Earthquake scenes from Thursday, some graphic.

In this image provided by ACT Alliance, a Canadian soldier confronts some of the hundreds of survivors who flocked to the Canadian embassy in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Tuesday Jan. 19, 2010, one week after the city was reduced to ruins by an earthquake, when a radio station mistakenly announced that the embassy was giving away visas.(AP Photo/Paul Jeffrey, ACT Alliance HO) **EDITORIAL USE ONLY **

In this image provided by ACT Alliance, a Canadian soldier confronts some of the hundreds of survivors who flocked to the Canadian embassy in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Tuesday Jan. 19, 2010, one week after the city was reduced to ruins by an earthquake, when a radio station mistakenly announced that the embassy was giving away visas.(AP Photo/Paul Jeffrey, ACT Alliance HO) **EDITORIAL USE ONLY **

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  • Eartquake victims make a chaotic exit on a bus out of Port au Prince, Haiti Tuesday, Jan. 19, 2010. (AP Photo/The Miami Herald, Patrick Farrell)
  • In this image provided by ACT Alliance, a Canadian soldier confronts some of the hundreds of survivors who flocked to the Canadian embassy in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Tuesday Jan. 19, 2010, one week after the city was reduced to ruins by an earthquake, when a radio station mistakenly announced that the embassy was giving away visas.(AP Photo/Paul Jeffrey, ACT Alliance HO) **EDITORIAL USE ONLY **
  • Haitian worker Dimy Jean, right, tells people to back off before distributing disaster relief supplies outside the U.S. 82nd Airborne Division's forward operating base in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2010. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)
  • In this image provided by ACT Alliance,a young women gets her hair dressed, amid a makeshift tented refugee camp in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Tuesday Jan. 19, 2010, one week after the city was reduced to ruins by an earthquake.(AP Photo/Paul Jeffrey, ACT Alliance HO) **EDITORIAL USE ONLY **
  • People cover their ears and faces as Private 1st Class Michael Ryan uses a sledgehammer to drive in a fence post outside the U.S. 82nd Airborne Division's forward operating base in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2010. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)
  • In this image provided by ACT Alliance, a US soldier of the 82nd Airborne Division checks the wreckage inside the cathedral of Our Lady of Assumption in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Tuesday Jan. 19, 2010, one week after the city was reduced to ruins by an earthquake.(AP Photo/ACT Alliance, Paul Jeffrey) EDITORIAL USE ONLY
  • A man yells at a Peruvian U.N. soldier to let him and others pass a barricade on a road leading to an industrial park containing food warehouses  in Port-au-Prince, Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2010.  The U.N. Security Council approved extra troops and police officers to beef up security in Haiti and ensure that desperately needed aid gets to earthquake victims. A 7.0-magnitude earthquake struck Haiti on Jan. 12.  (AP Photo/Julie Jacobson)
  • US soldiers unload disaster relief supplies at the US 82nd Airborne Division's forward operating base in Port-au-Prince, Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2010. A massive international aid effort has been struggling with logistical problems, and many Haitians are still desperate for food and water. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)
  • A Peruvian UN peacekeeper yells at a crowd to maintain order while standing guard at a barricade on a road that leads to warehouses where food is stored in Port-au-Prince, Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2010.  The U.N. Security Council approved extra troops and police officers to beef up security in Haiti and ensure that desperately needed aid gets to earthquake victims. A 7.0-magnitude earthquake struck Haiti on Jan. 12.  (AP Photo/Julie Jacobson)
  • U.S. Marines from Lima Company, 3rd Battalion, 2nd Marines, distribute humanitarian aid rations and water to locals in Leogane, Haiti, Tuesday, Jan. 19, 2010. Marines arrived in Leogane and in Port-au-Prince on Tuesday to supplement ongoing aid to the severely earthquake damaged country. (AP Photo/Julie Jacobson)
  • Earthquake survivor Hotteline Lozama, 26, smiles as she was pulled out from the rubble by French aid group Secouristes Sans Frontieres in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Tuesday, Jan. 19, 2010. International working groups are racing against the clock across Haiti to find more victims still possibly buried alive in the rubbles. (AP Photo/Francois Mori)
  • An earthquake survivor drinks juice dripping from a stolen bag in Port-au-Prince, Tuesday, Jan. 19, 2010.  The U.N. Security Council approved extra troops and police officers to beef up security in Haiti and ensure that desperately needed aid gets to earthquake victims. A 7.0-magnitude earthquake struck Haiti on Jan. 12. (AP Photo/Ricardo Arduengo)
  • ** CORRECTING FIRST NAME TO Ena ** In this image provided by ACT Alliance, showing earthquake victim Ena Zizi as she takes a drink of water after being carried alive from the rubble of Haiti's devastating earthquake, Tuesday Jan. 19, 2010, one week after the city was reduced to ruins.  Zizi was rescued from the collapsed home of the parish priest at Port-au-Prince's Roman Catholic Cathedral of Our Lady of the Assumption,  by members of a Mexican search and rescue team, several of whom were in tears as they pulled the woman free from tons of rubble. (AP Photo / Paul Jeffrey, ACT Alliance HO) **EDITORIAL USE ONLY **
  • A man tries to find a comfortable spot on top of a bus as he and other earthquake victims make a chaotic exit on a bus out of Port au Prince, Haiti Tuesday, Jan. 19, 2010. (AP Photo/The Miami Herald, Patrick Farrell)
  • Peruvian U.N. peacekeepers push back a crowd trying to get past a barricade on a road leading to an industrial park containing food warehouses in Port-au-Prince, Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2010.  The U.N. Security Council approved extra troops and police officers to beef up security in Haiti and ensure that desperately needed aid gets to earthquake victims. A 7.0-magnitude earthquake struck Haiti on Jan. 12.  (AP Photo/Julie Jacobson)
  • People show their identification cards in hopes of getting past a barricade leading to an industrial warehouse park where food is stored in Port-au-Prince, Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2010.  The U.N. Security Council approved extra troops and police officers to beef up security in Haiti and ensure that desperately needed aid gets to earthquake victims. A 7.0-magnitude earthquake struck Haiti on Jan. 12.  (AP Photo/Julie Jacobson)
  • Peruvian U.N. peacekeepers push back a crowd trying to get past a barricade on a road leading to an industrial park containing food warehouses in Port-au-Prince, Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2010.  The U.N. Security Council approved extra troops and police officers to beef up security in Haiti and ensure that desperately needed aid gets to earthquake victims. A 7.0-magnitude earthquake struck Haiti on Jan. 12.  (AP Photo/Julie Jacobson)
  • A Peruvian U.N. soldier yells at men trying to go around a barricade on a road that leads to warehouses where food is stored in Port-au-Prince, Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2010.  The U.N. Security Council approved extra troops and police officers to beef up security in Haiti and ensure that desperately needed aid gets to earthquake victims. A 7.0-magnitude earthquake struck Haiti on Jan. 12.  (AP Photo/Julie Jacobson)
  • In this image provided by ACT Alliance, Pfc Scott Bathory of the 82nd Airborne Division checks the wreckage inside the cathedral of Our Lady of Assumption in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Tuesday Jan. 19, 2010, one week after the city was reduced to ruins by an earthquake.(AP Photo/Paul Jeffrey, ACT Alliance HO) **EDITORIAL USE ONLY **
  • ** CORRECTING FIRST NAME TO Ena ** In this image provided by ACT Alliance showing earthquake victim Ena Zizi being carried alive from the rubble of Haiti's devastating earthquake, Tuesday Jan. 19, 2010, one week after the city was reduced to ruins.  Zizi was rescued from the collapsed home of the parish priest at Port-au-Prince's Roman Catholic Cathedral of Our Lady of the Assumption,  by members of a Mexican search and rescue team, several of whom were in tears as they pulled the woman free from tons of rubble. (AP Photo / Paul Jeffrey, ACT Alliance HO) **EDITORIAL USE ONLY **
  • ** CORRECTING FIRST NAME TO Ena ** In this image provided by ACT Alliance, showing Oscar Oliva, a member of a Mexican search and rescue team, crying with joy as he embraces a fellow rescuer after the group pulled 69-year old woman Ena Zizi from the rubble of Haiti's devastating earthquake, Tuesday Jan. 19, 2010, one week after the city was reduced to ruins.  Zizi was rescued from the collapsed home of the parish priest at Port-au-Prince's Roman Catholic Cathedral of Our Lady of the Assumption,  by members of a Mexican search and rescue team, several of whom were in tears as they pulled the woman free from tons of rubble. (AP Photo / Paul Jeffrey, ACT Alliance HO) **EDITORIAL USE ONLY **

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