Haitians board ship

Haitians board a ship to Jeremie, about 130 miles from <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLGEO000001951608" title="Port-au-Prince (Haiti)" href="/topic/international/haiti/port-au-prince-%28haiti%29-PLGEO000001951608.topic">Port-au-Prince</a>, at the La Saline harbor in Port-au-Prince on Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2010. A powerful new earthquake rumbled across the ruins of Haiti on Wednesday, sending thousands of already traumatized survivors running through the streets, screaming in terror. The 6.1-magnitude earthquake struck at 6:03 a.m., eight days after the Haitian capital was leveled by a massive temblor in which at least 75,000 people were killed  and a million left homeless.
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( Luis Acosta, AFP/Getty Images / January 20, 2010 )

Haitians board a ship to Jeremie, about 130 miles from Port-au-Prince, at the La Saline harbor in Port-au-Prince on Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2010. A powerful new earthquake rumbled across the ruins of Haiti on Wednesday, sending thousands of already traumatized survivors running through the streets, screaming in terror. The 6.1-magnitude earthquake struck at 6:03 a.m., eight days after the Haitian capital was leveled by a massive temblor in which at least 75,000 people were killed and a million left homeless.

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