Haiti

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Eight years after the earthquake, a different taste of Haiti

After the 2010 earthquake devasted Haiti, there was an outpouring of international support. Eight years later, most of those who rushed in to help are long gone. But many of those who remain are people with ties to Haiti, and ome of them started businesses that are getting some traction.

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Global Politics

The US response to Haiti

President Obama has set in motion a coordinated aid effort for Haiti following yesterday's devastating earthquake. The World's Matthew Bell reports on the obstacles facing that relief effort.

Global Politics

Haiti aid on the way

President Barack Obama pledged one of the biggest relief efforts in recent U.S. history and said Haiti would ?not be forgotten? in its hour of need. One critical need is clean drinking water, as The World's Matthew Bell reports.

Environment

Audio slideshow: Triage at the airport

Photojournalist Rick Loomis arrived in Port-au-Prince yesterday with a triage unit from Miami. He's put together a narrated slide show of the sights and sounds as emergency workers try to help victims of the earthquake.

Global Politics

Aid for Haiti

Anchor Jeb Sharp speaks with Bob Poff, the disaster coordinator for Salvation Army. He was in Haiti at the time of the earthquake. He discusses what he and his team have been seeing as they struggle to get help to earthquake victims.

Global Politics

Hope for Haiti?

The horrific images coming out of Haiti aren't altogether unfamiliar. The impoverished country was nearly synonymous with tragedy for years. But last year optimism was beginning to blossom for some Haiti watchers. Amy Bracken has this reporter's notebook.