Haiti After the Earthquake
The day's second line for food forms at the Pechinat tent camp in Jacmel. The World Food Programme says it serves over 8,400 meals a day here. The 7.0 earthquake that devastated parts of Haiti on January 12 killed hundreds of thousands of people. January's earthquake killed hundreds of thousands of people and caused significant and lasting structural and economic damage in the Caribbean nation.
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