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  • Haitian children begin enrolling in US schools

    Haitian children begin enrolling in US schools

    Thursday, February 11 2010 1:53 PM EST2010-02-11 18:53:17 GMT
    Thursday, February 11 2010 1:53 PM EST2010-02-11 18:53:21 GMT
    Some of the children arrived with no school records at all, some with only the clothes on their backs. A few still bear scrapes and bruises. All carry terrible memories. 
    Some of the children arrived with no school records at all, some with only the clothes on their backs. A few still bear scrapes and bruises. All carry terrible memories. 
  • Haiti detains 10 Americans taking orphans across border

    Haiti detains 10 Americans taking orphans across border

    Saturday, January 30 2010 8:50 PM EST2010-01-31 01:50:59 GMT
    Sunday, January 31 2010 8:44 PM EST2010-02-01 01:44:42 GMT
    Ten American Baptists were being held in the Haitian capital Sunday after trying take 33 children out of Haiti at a time of growing fears over possible child trafficking. 
    Ten American Baptists were being held in the Haitian capital Sunday after trying take 33 children out of Haiti at a time of growing fears over possible child trafficking. 
  • U.S. military to resume airlifts to Haiti quake victims

    U.S. military to resume airlifts to Haiti quake victims

    Saturday, January 30 2010 12:59 PM EST2010-01-30 17:59:58 GMT
    Sunday, January 31 2010 7:08 PM EST2010-02-01 00:08:40 GMT
    The U.S. military will resume bringing Haitian earthquake victims to the United States aboard its planes for medical treatment, ending a suspension that lasted several days, the White House said Sunday. 
    The U.S. military will resume bringing Haitian earthquake victims to the United States aboard its planes for medical treatment, ending a suspension that lasted several days, the White House said Sunday. 
  • Smallest survivors pose one of biggest problems

    Smallest survivors pose one of biggest problems

    Wednesday, January 27 2010 12:28 PM EST2010-01-27 17:28:20 GMT
    Wednesday, January 27 2010 12:28 PM EST2010-01-27 17:28:23 GMT
    PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) — The smallest survivors of Haiti's catastrophic earthquake are growing into one of the biggest problems in its aftermath. 
    PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) — The smallest survivors of Haiti's catastrophic earthquake are growing into one of the biggest problems in its aftermath.

    Many of the countless thousands of children scattered among Port-au-Prince's makeshift camps of homeless have nobody to care for them, aid workers say, leaving them without protection against disease, child predators and other risks.
     
  • Travolta flies jetload of relief supplies to Haiti

    Travolta flies jetload of relief supplies to Haiti

    Tuesday, January 26 2010 10:01 AM EST2010-01-26 15:01:21 GMT
    Tuesday, January 26 2010 10:01 AM EST2010-01-26 15:01:23 GMT
    John Travolta has flown a jetliner carrying relief supplies into the Haitian capital, along with doctors and ministers from the Church of Scientology. 
    John Travolta has flown a jetliner carrying relief supplies into the Haitian capital, along with doctors and ministers from the Church of Scientology. 
  • Haiti government calls off search and rescue

    Haiti government calls off search and rescue

    Saturday, January 23 2010 1:52 PM EST2010-01-23 18:52:40 GMT
    Saturday, January 23 2010 1:52 PM EST2010-01-23 18:52:43 GMT
    Haiti's government has declared the search and rescue phase for survivors of the earthquake over, the United Nations announced Saturday. 
    Haiti's government has declared the search and rescue phase for survivors of the earthquake over, the United Nations announced Saturday. 
  • Stars unite to help Haiti in telethon

    Stars unite to help Haiti in telethon

    Saturday, January 23 2010 1:17 PM EST2010-01-23 18:17:57 GMT
    Saturday, January 23 2010 1:43 PM EST2010-01-23 18:43:31 GMT
    The all-star telethon was filled with tear-jerking, depressing moments, from mournful songs and grim-faced pleas from celebrities to the suffering faces of the quake-battered victims themselves. 
    Though the all-star telethon was titled "Hope for Haiti Now," for most of its two hours, it was filled with tear-jerking, depressing moments, from mournful songs and grim-faced pleas from celebrities to the suffering faces of the quake-battered victims themselves. 
  • 'Hope For Haiti Now' Telethon Airs Tonight At 8 P.M.

    'Hope For Haiti Now' Telethon Airs Tonight At 8 P.M.

    Friday, January 22 2010 12:30 PM EST2010-01-22 17:30:48 GMT
    Friday, January 22 2010 2:12 PM EST2010-01-22 19:12:12 GMT
    Since Haiti suffered the devastating earthquake that killed more than 200,000 people, the entertainment world has responded with an outpouring of charity, from million dollar donations to songs designed to raise money for relief. 
  • Haitian government trying to move homeless to safer locations

    Haitian government trying to move homeless to safer locations

    Friday, January 22 2010 10:48 AM EST2010-01-22 15:48:02 GMT
    Friday, January 22 2010 10:48 AM EST2010-01-22 15:48:04 GMT
    Haitians are fleeing their quake-ravaged capital by the hundreds of thousands, aid officials said Friday. 
    Haitians are fleeing their quake-ravaged capital by the hundreds of thousands, aid officials said Friday. 
  • Haiti's mass graves swell; doctors fear more death

    Haiti's mass graves swell; doctors fear more death

    Thursday, January 21 2010 10:11 AM EST2010-01-21 15:11:00 GMT
    Thursday, January 21 2010 10:13 AM EST2010-01-21 15:13:02 GMT
    Workers are carving out mass graves on a hillside north of Haiti's capital, using earth-movers to bury 10,000 earthquake victims in a single day while relief workers warn that people are still dying of their injuries. 
  • Haitians flee in fear as big aftershock hits

    Haitians flee in fear as big aftershock hits

    Wednesday, January 20 2010 3:09 PM EST2010-01-20 20:09:53 GMT
    Wednesday, January 20 2010 3:14 PM EST2010-01-20 20:14:05 GMT
    A powerful aftershock sent Haitians screaming into the streets on Wednesday, collapsing buildings, cracking roads and adding to the trauma of a nation stunned by an apocalyptic quake eight days ago. 
    A powerful aftershock sent Haitians screaming into the streets on Wednesday, collapsing buildings, cracking roads and adding to the trauma of a nation stunned by an apocalyptic quake eight days ago. 
  • New 6.1-quake hits Haiti, people flee into streets

    New 6.1-quake hits Haiti, people flee into streets

    Wednesday, January 20 2010 10:30 AM EST2010-01-20 15:30:58 GMT
    Wednesday, January 20 2010 10:33 AM EST2010-01-20 15:33:35 GMT
    The most powerful aftershock yet struck Haiti on Wednesday, shaking more rubble from damaged buildings and sending screaming people running into the streets eight days after the country's capital was devastated by an apocalyptic quake. 
  • SD couple trying to rescue orphan they're adopting from Haiti

    SD couple trying to rescue orphan they're adopting from Haiti

    Tuesday, January 19 2010 10:28 PM EST2010-01-20 03:28:56 GMT
    Tuesday, January 19 2010 10:29 PM EST2010-01-20 03:29:12 GMT
    It's a heartwrenching time for Carmel Valley residents Paul and Donica Dohrenwend as they wait to see if they can get their adopted son Stevenson out of quake ravaged Haiti. 
    It's a heartwrenching time for Carmel Valley residents Paul and Donica Dohrenwend as they wait to see if they can get their adopted son Stevenson out of quake ravaged Haiti. 
  • U.S. troops land at Haiti presidential palace

    U.S. troops land at Haiti presidential palace

    Tuesday, January 19 2010 10:08 AM EST2010-01-19 15:08:58 GMT
    Tuesday, January 19 2010 10:26 AM EST2010-01-19 15:26:55 GMT
    Six Navy helicopters touched down on the grounds of Haiti's damaged presidential palace on Tuesday bringing reinforcements in the struggle for security and earthquake disaster relief - more than 100 U.S. troops. 
    Six U.S. Navy helicopters touched down on the grounds of Haiti's damaged presidential palace on Tuesday bringing reinforcements in the struggle for security and earthquake disaster relief - more than 100 U.S. troops. 
  • Local rescue team on the way to Haiti quake zone

    Local rescue team on the way to Haiti quake zone

    Monday, January 18 2010 10:27 PM EST2010-01-19 03:27:16 GMT
    Tuesday, January 19 2010 10:11 AM EST2010-01-19 15:11:05 GMT
    Aid is pouring into Haiti for the tens of thousands of earthquake victims who desperately need help. A local rescue group is on its way to the disaster zone to do its part. 
    Aid is pouring into Haiti for the tens of thousands of earthquake victims who desperately need help. A local rescue group is on its way to the disaster zone to do its part. 
  • More U.S. troops, UN peacekeepers expected for Haiti

    More U.S. troops, UN peacekeepers expected for Haiti

    Monday, January 18 2010 10:01 AM EST2010-01-18 15:01:36 GMT
    Monday, January 18 2010 10:19 AM EST2010-01-18 15:19:46 GMT
    Troops, doctors and aid workers flowed into Haiti on Monday even while hundreds of thousands of quake victims struggled to find a cup or water or a handful of food. 
    Troops, doctors and aid workers flowed into Haiti on Monday even while hundreds of thousands of quake victims struggled to find a cup or water or a handful of food. 
  • Local volunteers provide humanitarian aid to Haiti victims

    Local volunteers provide humanitarian aid to Haiti victims

    Saturday, January 16 2010 2:13 PM EST2010-01-16 19:13:32 GMT
    Sunday, January 17 2010 2:48 PM EST2010-01-17 19:48:23 GMT
    A local relief group departed Lindbergh Field Saturday night to help the scores of people injured in the Haiti earthquake. 
    A local relief group departed Lindbergh Field Saturday night to help the scores of people injured in the Haiti earthquake. 
  • Bush, Clinton: Haiti response not about politics

    Bush, Clinton: Haiti response not about politics

    Sunday, January 17 2010 1:44 PM EST2010-01-17 18:44:57 GMT
    Sunday, January 17 2010 1:45 PM EST2010-01-17 18:45:05 GMT
    Former Presidents George W. Bush and Bill Clinton say the earthquake in Haiti offers a chance to put aside politics and help people in despair. 
    Former Presidents George W. Bush and Bill Clinton say the earthquake in Haiti offers a chance to put aside politics and help people in despair. 
  • Obama promises sustained U.S. support for Haiti

    Obama promises sustained U.S. support for Haiti

    Saturday, January 16 2010 1:05 PM EST2010-01-16 18:05:40 GMT
    Saturday, January 16 2010 7:45 PM EST2010-01-17 00:45:28 GMT
    Standing alongside two former presidents, President Barack Obama on Saturday promised that U.S. support for Haitian relief would continue long after the scenes of death and destruction fade from the headlines. 
    Standing alongside two former presidents, President Barack Obama on Saturday promised that U.S. support for Haitian relief would continue long after the scenes of death and destruction fade from the headlines. 
  • Baby girl rescued from earthquake rubble after 3 days

    Baby girl rescued from earthquake rubble after 3 days

    Saturday, January 16 2010 2:08 PM EST2010-01-16 19:08:25 GMT
    Saturday, January 16 2010 2:08 PM EST2010-01-16 19:08:37 GMT
    Rescue crews scored a triumph among much despair in Haiti after they pulled a 16-month-old baby girl from the rubble. 
    Rescue crews scored a triumph among much despair in Haiti after they pulled a 16-month-old baby girl from the rubble. 
  • UCSD grad among those killed in Haiti quake

    UCSD grad among those killed in Haiti quake

    Friday, January 15 2010 10:01 AM EST2010-01-15 15:01:50 GMT
    Saturday, January 16 2010 1:40 PM EST2010-01-16 18:40:42 GMT
    Friends and family are mourning the loss of a 2008 UCSD graduate killed in the Haiti earthquake. 
    Friends and family are mourning the loss of a 2008 UCSD graduate killed in the Haiti earthquake. 
  • Sports world comes together for Haiti relief

    Sports world comes together for Haiti relief

    Friday, January 15 2010 8:36 PM EST2010-01-16 01:36:50 GMT
    Friday, January 15 2010 8:37 PM EST2010-01-16 01:37:02 GMT
    The NFL and the players' union announced they were donating $500,000 each to the American Red Cross and Partners In Health on Friday 
    The NFL and the players' union announced they were donating $500,000 each to the American Red Cross and Partners In Health on Friday, while the NBA and its union said it will contribute $1 million toward relief efforts in Haiti. 
  • Aid groups struggle to get food, water to Haitians

    Aid groups struggle to get food, water to Haitians

    Friday, January 15 2010 10:07 AM EST2010-01-15 15:07:32 GMT
    Friday, January 15 2010 10:07 AM EST2010-01-15 15:07:43 GMT
    Hundreds of U.S. paratroopers touched down in shattered Port-au-Prince overnight as U.N. and other aid organizations struggled Friday to get food and water to stricken millions. 
    Hundreds of U.S. paratroopers touched down in shattered Port-au-Prince overnight as U.N. and other aid organizations struggled Friday to get food and water to stricken millions. 
  • Tips for avoiding Haiti earthquake donation scams

    Tips for avoiding Haiti earthquake donation scams

    The pictures of the devastation in Haiti are enough to tug at anybody's heart.

     
  • Haiti quake aid snarled; up to 50,000 feared dead

    Haiti quake aid snarled; up to 50,000 feared dead

    Thursday, January 14 2010 1:49 PM EST2010-01-14 18:49:38 GMT
    Thursday, January 14 2010 8:32 PM EST2010-01-15 01:32:20 GMT
    Doctors and search dogs, troops and rescue teams flew to this devastated land of dazed, dead and dying people Thursday. 
    Doctors and search dogs, troops and rescue teams flew to this devastated land of dazed, dead and dying people Thursday, finding bottlenecks everywhere, beginning at a main airport short on jet fuel and ramp space and without a control tower. 
  • San Diego-based relief efforts helping Haiti quake survivors

    San Diego-based relief efforts helping Haiti quake survivors

    Thursday, January 14 2010 3:38 PM EST2010-01-14 20:38:50 GMT
    Thursday, January 14 2010 3:39 PM EST2010-01-14 20:39:24 GMT
    There's a new hurdle for relief crews trying to send help to Haiti. 
    There's a new hurdle for relief crews trying to send help to Haiti. 
  • Haiti quake: Survivors struggle while awaiting aid

    Haiti quake: Survivors struggle while awaiting aid

    Thursday, January 14 2010 11:21 AM EST2010-01-14 16:21:49 GMT
    Thursday, January 14 2010 2:30 PM EST2010-01-14 19:30:02 GMT
    Desperately needed aid from around the world began arriving Thursday in quake-stunned Haiti. 
    Desperately needed aid from around the world began arriving Thursday in quake-stunned Haiti, while rescuers struggled frantically to save the trapped and injured, using pickup trucks as ambulances and doors as stretchers. 
  • San Diego crews go to Haiti to help with rescues & recovery

    San Diego crews go to Haiti to help with rescues & recovery

    Wednesday, January 13 2010 3:08 PM EST2010-01-13 20:08:13 GMT
    Thursday, January 14 2010 12:47 PM EST2010-01-14 17:47:22 GMT
    Help from the U.S. military is on the way to Haiti, after a powerful earthquake. 
    Help from the U.S. military is on the way to Haiti, after a powerful earthquake. 
  • Local pastor and family pray for relatives in Haiti

    Local pastor and family pray for relatives in Haiti

    Wednesday, January 13 2010 1:26 PM EST2010-01-13 18:26:19 GMT
    Wednesday, January 13 2010 1:35 PM EST2010-01-13 18:35:05 GMT
    Untold numbers of victims are still trapped and thousands are feared dead, after Haiti was hit by the strongest earthquake the nation has felt in more than 200 years. 
    Untold numbers of victims are still trapped and thousands are feared dead, after Haiti was hit by the strongest earthquake the nation has felt in more than 200 years. That news has many people in the U.S. waiting for word from their loved ones in Haiti, including a family in San Diego. 
  • Quake-stunned Haitians pile bodies by fallen homes

    Quake-stunned Haitians pile bodies by fallen homes

    Tuesday, January 12 2010 5:25 PM EST2010-01-12 22:25:51 GMT
    Wednesday, January 13 2010 10:31 AM EST2010-01-13 15:31:17 GMT
    The largest earthquake ever recorded in the area shook Haiti on Tuesday, collapsing a hospital where people screamed for help. 
    Haitians piled bodies along the devastated streets of their capital Wednesday after the strongest earthquake to hit the poor Caribbean nation in more than 200 years crushed thousands of structures, from schools and shacks to the National Palace and the U.N. peacekeeping headquarters. Untold numbers were still trapped. 
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