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An injured girl is given a sip of water inside a Port-au-Prince hospital where there were plenty of patients but no doctors on hand two days after the powerful earthquake that left Haiti's capital city in shambles. Getting international aid to earthquake survivors is made more difficult by the impoverished nation's chronic lack of resources, including machinery to dig through rubble.

( Rick Loomis / Los Angeles Times / January 14, 2010 )

An injured girl is given a sip of water inside a Port-au-Prince hospital where there were plenty of patients but no doctors on hand two days after the powerful earthquake that left Haiti's capital city in shambles. Getting international aid to earthquake survivors is made more difficult by the impoverished nation's chronic lack of resources, including machinery to dig through rubble.

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