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Survey the damage caused by a magnitude 7.0 earthquake near Port-au-Prince on Tuesday

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Haitians wrap of the body of an earthquake victim in Port-au-Prince.

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Destruction in the district of Jakmel on Jan. 13, 2010. Photograph sent to The Globe and Mail from students at Haiti's film school, Cine Institute.

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People walk past destroyed buildings in Port-au-Prince on Jan. 13, 2010.

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Men carry an injured woman in front of the presidential palace after the Port-au-Prince earthquake.

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An aerial view provided by the United Nations shows the UN’s headquarters for Haiti in Port-au-Prince.

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Peacekeepers look for survivors under the rubble of the headquarters of the United Nations (UN) Stabilization Mission in Haiti. Dozens of UN staff are missing including the mission chief, Hedi Annabi, and his deputy special representative Luiz Carlos da Costa.

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A UN car is covered in rubble on Jan. 13, 2010, the day after an earthquake hit Port-au-Prince, Haiti. The United Nations headquarters in the capital was demolished and dozens of its employees were missing.

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A Haitian boy receives treatment at an ad hoc UN medical clinic in Port-au-Prince.

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The Governor-General of Canada, Michaelle Jean, addresses Prime Minister Stephen Harper and other officials gathered for a briefing on the situation in Haiti at the department of Foreign Affairs in Ottawa on Jan. 13, 2010.

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Canadian military personnel at CFP Trenton prepare to leave on a Disaster Assistance Response Team ( DART) humanitarian mission to Haiti.

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Military personnel prepare to load a Griffin helicopter on a CC-177 Globemaster on the tarmac at CFB Trenton for a Disaster Assistance Response Team, DART, humanitarian mission to earthquake ravaged Haiti.

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An unidentified female earthquake victim is transported by pickup truck to the airport in Port-Au-Prince from where she will be evacuated for treatment in another country.

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Haitians carry an injured person on Jan. 13, 2010 in Port-au-Prince.

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People look at bodies along the road on Jan. 13, 2010, in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.

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Ruined papeir mache models that were to be displayed at the Carnivale in February are shown in the earthquake ruins in Port-au-Prince on Jan. 13, 2010. Photograph sent to The Globe and Mail from students at Haiti's film school, Cine Institute.

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People look at the remains of a six-story communications building on Jan. 13, 2010 in Port-au-Prince, Haiti.

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A woman is trapped at the Port-au-Prince University, after a major earthquake struck, in Port-au-Prince in this Jan. 13, 2010 video grab.

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Buildings are seen damaged in the neighbourhood of Petionville, Port-Au-Prince shortly after an earthquake hit Haiti, January 12, 2010. The 7.0 magnitude quake rocked Haiti, killing people as it toppled the presidential palace and hillside shanties alike and leaving the poor Caribbean nation appealing for international help.

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Residents sleep in the street after an earthquake in Port-au-Prince Jan. 13, 2010. The 7.0 magnitude quake rocked Haiti, killing hundreds of people as it toppled the presidential palace and hillside shanties alike, leaving the poor Caribbean nation appealing for international help.

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A wounded person is carried on a stretcher after a major earthquake on January 12, 2010 in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. A 7.0 earthquake rocked Haiti, followed by at least a dozen aftershocks, causing widespread devastation in the capital of Port-au-Prince.

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A body lies amid rubble on January 12, 2010 in Port-au-Prince after a huge earthquake measuring 7.0 rocked the impoverished Caribbean nation of Haiti, toppling buildings and causing widespread damage and panic.

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A Haitian woman is covered in rubble in Port-au-Prince.

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A Haitian woman is helped from the rubble of a damaged building in Port-au-Prince.

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A destroyed building is seen in Port-au-Prince.

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Haitians walk past destroyed buildings in Port-au-Prince.

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A Haitian woman is helped after being trapped in rubble in Port-au-Prince.

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